Second Liberty Financial office in Franklin opens

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Liberty Financial has opened its second full-service location in Franklin. 

The credit union’s Liberty Station Office is now open at 1207 Liberty Pike near Carothers Parkway across from Life Time Athletic. Devon Dixon, a banking veteran in Middle Tennessee, is the office manager.

The new, 12,000-plus-square-foot office is Liberty Financial’s second Franklin location, joining its Branch Creek Office opened last July at 480 Franklin Road. The credit union is currently building an office in Murfreesboro and is in the planning stages for multiple additional Nashville-area branches. 

The credit union offers a full array of financial products, including its popular no-fee, no-minimum Vertical Checking account which pays 3.30% APY on any deposit up to $20,000, as well as offering free ATMs and up to $15 per month in ATM reimbursements for charges levied by other banks. In 2018, more than $3.8 million was returned to members via checking accounts alone, with that number currently forecast to be nearly $4.5 million in 2019. 

Liberty Financial also offers savings accounts; mortgage, auto, commercial and personal loans; low-interest credit cards; and health savings and retirement accounts. It features the latest in digital banking technology, including remote check capture.

The credit union operates full-service credit unions in Louisville, Kentucky, where there are two offices with a third scheduled to open in November and two others planned, and in Bowling Green, Kentucky. It operates mortgage-only locations in Nashville; Louisville, Lexington, Owensboro and Henderson, Kentucky; Madison, Mississippi; and Birmingham, Alabama.

Liberty Financial is a Division of ETFCU, which as Evansville (Indiana) Teachers Federal Credit Union operates 15 locations in southwestern Indiana and northwestern Kentucky with more than 212,000 members in every state and eight nations and assets of $1.8 billion. The credit union was named Best-in-State for Banks and Credit Unions by Forbes in both 2018 and 2019, the only years the independent survey was taken.

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