Credit Union Profile
Serving since 1978
A Federal Credit Union is a nonprofit, cooperative financial institution owned and run by its members. Organized to serve, democratically controlled Credit Unions provide their members with a safe place to save and borrow at reasonable rates. Members pool their funds to make loans to one-another. Members elect the volunteer board that runs each Credit Union. Not for profit, not for charity, but for service is a Credit Union motto.
The Texas Associations of Professionals Federal Credit Union (TAP FCU) is a non-profit financial organization owned and operated by its members for the benefit of all who belong. TAP FCU is a financial institution dedicated to providing its members an efficient, economical source of confidential credit and promoting thrift through a convenient, systematic savings plan. All profits received from loans to members and other investments made with shares (savings) deposited by the members are returned to those members in the form of dividends or other benefits after expenses are paid and legal reserves are set aside. The credit union does not profit, its members do.
Our charter was granted by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) on August 31, 1978. The Credit Union is regulated and supervised by this federal agency. On April 27, 1988, the Credit Union Board of Directors, after receiving approval from the NCUA, voted to change the Credit Union’s name from San Antonio Board of REALTORS® Federal Credit Union to Texas Associations of Professionals Federal Credit Union (TAP FCU). This name more accurately reflects our current membership.
A Credit Union is designed to meet the needs of a specific group of people within a certain occupation, organization or other activity that creates a common bond. At TAP FCU, this common bond includes REALTORS®, Builders, Independent Insurance Agents, and all members of such organizations. Credit Union membership is extended to those members’ employees and immediate families. “Immediate families” include grandparents, parents, husbands, wives, children, grandchildren, brothers, and sisters.
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Set up Direct Deposit with TAP FCU
Your Direct Deposit is important to you. We are here to help! Simply download the Direct Deposit Request form. Once your account is opened, complete the form and present it to your employer or HR department. This form has all the necessary information to help your employer route your deposit directly to your new Freedom Checking or Savings Account.
Close Your Old Account(s)
No need to review multiple statements, balance multiple checking accounts - consolidate your finances! Use the Account Close Request Form to close your accounts. Complete the closure form and present it to your financial institution.
Set Up an Account Today
Want to become a member of TAP FCU? Check if you qualify for membership, then fill out the form below. Please mail or bring it in to 9110 IH 10 W, Suite 100, San Antonio, TX, 78230. You can also email it to email@example.com.
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Apply for a Mortgage Loan
For more information on consumer and mortgage loans, visit our Loan Services section.
Start enjoying the personal service that only your Real Estate Industry Federal Credit Union can provide!
Board of Directors
|Justin "Kit" Walker||Chairman|
President and CEO
|Paula W. Grigsby|
We are currently accepting resumes for the following position(s):
- Technology & Compliance SPC I (F/T)
If you are interested in any of the above open positions, you may apply in person or submit your resume and application to:
TAP FCU Human Resources
9110 IH 10 W Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78230
Or by fax: (210) 593-1222
TAP FCU discourages the practice of unsecure sharing of personal information via the internet. TAP FCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
In compliance with the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act, we are required to obtain and verify identification provided for all new account owners and joint owners, using methods permitted by law.
- Electronic Funds Transfer Agreement and Disclosure
- Membership and Account Agreement
- Account Card
- Savings and Checking Accounts Truth in Savings Disclosure
- Certificate Accounts Truth in Savings Disclosure
- Certificate of Deposit Disclosure
- Funds Availability Disclosure
- Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act
- ATM Safety
- Protect Yourself From Fraud