How much would my monthly mortgage payment be?
Mortgage Loan Calculator
Use our calculator to get an idea of what your monthly payment would be if you know the loan amount you’re looking for. You'll also be able to print an amortization schedule to see your payment breakdown for the life of the loan.
How do I apply for a position with Northfield Savings Bank?
Review the job description you are interested in. If you meet the requirements for the position, go to the Apply page to complete the online application form and submit your resume.
Can I apply for a job in person at my local branch?
Yes, you can. Download and print out the application on the Apply page and bring the completed form and résumé to the branch.
Once my job application is received, how soon will I be contacted?
We will review your application and qualifications and acknowledge receipt of your application within a few days. If your skills and experience are a potential fit for one of our openings, we will contact you to discuss next steps in the employment process.
How can I check on the status of my job application?
What type of benefits does Northfield Savings Bank offer employees?
In addition to being an outstanding place to work, we offer competitive pay and benefits, profit-sharing, continuing education, and matching 401(k) program.
What types of commercial loans do you offer?
We offer a variety of loans and lines of credit, including real estate, vehicles, machinery, equipment financing and more. We provide local decision making for all types of loans, benefiting businesses from early years of growth to long-established companies. Click here for a list of NSB Loans & Lines of Credit services and solutions.
Is there an extra fee to use Mobile Banking?
NSB does not charge an additional fee to use basic Mobile Banking, however your carrier may charge data fees.
What is Positive Pay, and would it be a good fit for my business?
If your business is looking for added account security, Positive Pay may be for you. Positive Pay protects against fraud by matching the checks you issue with those presented to the Bank for payment. Connect with a Business Banker to learn more.