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Category Archives: Lending

What You ‘Auto’ Know about Buying a Used Car: You Should Ask These 11 Questions

You may be ready to get a new car, but you may not spend the money. Who can blame you? After all, you may be saving for a dream vacation and don’t want to use the money on a brand new vehicle. However, you may consider buying a used car, but you may have a… (read more)

Biggest Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid – What Not To Do!

Taking out a mortgage to purchase a home is a big decision; it is likely you’ll be borrowing a significant amount of money that will take several decades to repay. Because this is a significant milestone, it’s crucial to avoid common mortgage mistakes that could cause you to pay too much or miss out on… (read more)

Understanding Credit Card Do’s and Don’ts: How to Build Your Credit

Healthy credit history is an important part of significant milestones in life. You’ll need good credit to qualify for mortgages, auto loans, and sometimes even a new job. Plus, when you use your credit wisely, it can help save you money, secure better interest rates and more. If you’re just starting out with a credit… (read more)

Safely Buying a Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic: What You Need to Know!

 

 

The Benefits of Refinancing Your Mortgage

The Benefits of Refinancing Your Mortgage If you’re a homeowner, refinancing your home may have crossed your mind. With interest rates at historic lows, many people are taking advantage of locking in a lower rate for the duration of their mortgage loan. What is Refinancing? Refinancing your mortgage typically involves paying off your current mortgage… (read more)

How to Tackle Your Next Home Renovation Project: Get the 411 on What Needs to be Done

Whether you are refreshing a paint color, completely upgrading an existing space to make it more functional and inviting, or creating a brand new space, don’t let the thought of starting a home renovation project overwhelm you. We’ve laid out six essential renovation tips to think about before you begin. Define the Scope of Work … (read more)

The Difference Between a Home Equity Loan and Home Equity Line of Credit: Which Loan Should I Choose?

When it comes time to tap into your home equity, it may be tough to decide which home equity product is right for you. Are you looking at tackling a big home renovation project you’ve been putting off? Is your son or daughter going to college, and you want to offset the cost of their… (read more)

Recreational Vehicle Toys: Motorcycle, Boat, ATV or Personal Watercraft (Which One Do You Want?)-Part Two

Welcome to Part Two of our recreational vehicle toys blog post. Maybe you’ve dreamt of cruising around Lake Erie on a jet ski. Or perhaps you prefer to stay on land and imagine yourself riding an ATV (all-terrain vehicle). Whichever grown-up recreational vehicle toys you’ve had your eye on, it’s a good idea to know… (read more)

Member Service: How Can We Help You?

There’s no doubt about it that credit unions are different. We take member service seriously As members, you’re part owners and have a stake in what happens. Keep reading to learn more about how we differ and what we can help you with today. How Does Our Member Service Differ? And according to the World… (read more)

Finding Your Home: What’s Important to You?

A Place to Call Home Shopping for a home is not just about the house itself. It’s also about the lifestyle of the community that surrounds it. When purchasing a home, it’s important to consider these features when shopping: School Districts & Education Whether you’re looking at education for your children or yourself, you will… (read more)

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