First Federal Gets You

All banks and credit unions are basically the same, right? Well, not exactly. At First Federal, forming meaningful relationships with our customers, our employees, and with the communities we serve is the rock-solid foundation on which we grow and thrive. We’ve been serving the Magic Valley and we're excited to expand our presence in the Treasure Valley. We truly believe our unique style of community banking fills a need in the market.

We invite you to experience the First Fed Difference.

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The feeling is mutual

First Federal is Idaho’s only mutual bank. Why should that matter? That means we’re owned by customers, not stockholders. When customers are the owners, service takes a whole new level of meaning. Our decisions are not based on the financial markets or the pressures or whims of stockholders.

Our commitment is to serving you ― our customers and communities. We strive to provide you with a great banking experience and value in your relationship with First Federal. Our success is truly measured by your success.

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The leading home lender

We’re the leading home mortgage lender in the Magic Valley and we’re bringing our knowledge and expertise into the Treasure Valley community. We know lending and have over 100 years of experience working in your favor.

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It's our home too

Our 270+ employees live and work in the Magic and Treasure Valley communities. These aren’t just any markets to us ― they are home. That means our commitment is local and with a community-first mentality. Speaking of local ― we know the markets we serve and we are invested in the success of our customers ― because as your neighbors, we take pride in your success too!

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Giving back is in our DNA

We believe in giving back. Through local donations and sponsorships, and through encouraged employee volunteerism, we continue to invest in and build up the community we serve. To us, it’s way more than making a profit, it’s about being good stewards of the resources we have and strengthening our communities.