Helpful Links

Free Credit Reporting

You are entitled to a free credit report annually from each of three agencies listed below or by visiting


Foreclosure Assistance

There are resources that may be available to borrowers who are unable to afford their mortgage payments and want to avoid foreclosure. If you are considering foreclosure, remember that you have options:
  • You may be able to refinance your loan, extending the repayment period, and/or reducing the interest, thereby lowering the payments
  • We may be able to modify your loan to make your payments more affordable
  • You may be able to sell your home and repay your mortgage or home equity loan in its entirety
We are here to discuss these options with you in your branch. Please be sure to have the following information on hand:
  • Hardship letter explaining why you are unable to make your payments
  • Recent paystubs or other proof of income such as social security or retirement income
  • Recent statements from all credit union, bank or brokerage accounts
  • Most recent IRS tax return and all supporting documentation
  • Property tax statement
  • List of monthly obligations
  • You may be required to provide additional documentation depending on your situation
For those who wish to discuss options to avoid foreclosure with the beneficiary, please
contact: 1-800-562-8761 Ext. 1146. There are additional resources for those considering foreclosure available at the information provided below:

Security Center

Please visit our online Security Center to learn more about the steps you can take to protect yourself from common scams and fraud.

Timberland Bank will never ask you to update your information via email or a pop-up box in your Internet browser. We do not randomly call customers to update records over the phone or by email. If updates are necessary, a customer service representative may request a letter or that you visit one of our local branches.