TEXAR Federal Credit Union is a “community first” credit union, serving their members in and around the Texarkana area since 1951. Employing almost 90 employees, TEXAR includes one main branch and five branch offices in its service area. All citizens of Cass, Bowie, and Miller Counties and most citizens of Red River County are eligible for membership.

Originally established as, Bowie County Teachers Credit Union, TEXAR has gone through several name changes, including Bowie-Cass Teachers Credit Union in 1964, the Teachers Federal Credit Union in 1996, and finally TEXAR Federal Credit Union in 2001, as it remains today. Throughout their history, TEXAR strives to stay true to their mission: To serve the financial needs of our members.

As a not for profit financial cooperative, they are always looking for ways to enhance the benefits received by their membership. This is in stark contrast to profit goals and shareholder pressures that define traditional banks. At TEXAR, they analyze every aspect of their business to maximize value and to provide the highest possible dividend, as well as the most competitive loan rates. It is particularly rewarding when they can combine new technology and operational efficiencies.

Some of the exciting technologies recently employed by TEXAR include a fleet of ATMs that accept check and cash deposits; check deposits using your mobile device; and an improved mobile app that makes on-the-go banking convenient and nearly effortless. Constantly on the lookout for new products and cutting-edge technologies, TEXAR leads the way in creating a banking experience second to none.

If you have a question ... How can I get a car financed? How can I get a home loan?What information do I need to open an account? Can I re-finance my current car loan? ... They have the answer

Main Branch
2301 Richmond Road Texarkana TX 903.223.0000


Additional Branches
4437 Jefferson Ave Texarkana AR
103 W. Allday St Atlanta TX
1020 NW Front St Dekalb TX
103 Wilder Dr Hooks TX
507 James Bowie Dr New Boston TX




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