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Realtor Trust Accounts

Convenient, flexible, financial security for all parties to a real estate transaction

Realtor Trust Accounts are an easy way to safeguard and manage client funds held in trust

About this account
  • Competitive interest rates
  • Effectively manage risk and monitor entrusted funds 
  • Flexible and convenient to use 
  • Mechanism to meet compliance requirements of the industry
  • Clients of the real estate firm do not have to be an SCU member


General Trust Account

  • Interest calculated at end of day closing balance, and paid monthly
  • T5 for the interest earned issued and remitted to The Manitoba Securities Commission

Separate Trust Account

  • Interest calculated at end of day closing balance, and paid annually, or when account is closed
  • T5 for the interest earned issued and remitted to The Manitoba Securities Commission

Benefits included with all of our trust accounts

Manage your accounts on the go

Enjoy free access to online banking and our mobile app anytime, anywhere.

No deposit or transfer fees

Never pay service charges or fees on deposits or transfers.

Your savings are protected

All deposits are guaranteed 100% by the Deposit Guarantee Corporation of Manitoba.*

No minimum balances

No hidden minimum monthly balance requirements.

Freedom with your funds

Enjoy the flexibility to deposit or withdraw whenever you need.

Tips & tools

Here are a few ways for you to get the most from your account.

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Get started with digital banking

Digital banking is a secure and easy-to-use solution for your personal or business banking needs. Explore our resource centre to learn more.
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Smart tip!

Did you know the government will match eligible contributions of up to 1.5% of the Allowable Net Sales in an AgriInvest account?

Trust account rates

Interest Rate
Lawyer / Realtor Trust Chequing 2.80%
Lawyer / Realtor Trust Savings 3.55%

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