Your largest asset - simplified.

First homes, fixer-uppers, and forever homes. Bigger homes for growing families and down-sized homes for empty nesters. No matter what you are building, buying, or renovating, a credit union has loan options to fit your needs.


A mortgage, or home loan, is an agreement between you and a lender to buy or refinance a home without having all the cash upfront. There are many different mortgage loan types to choose from, and many things to consider when purchasing or refinancing a home.


Learn more about your options and how a credit union can turn your dream home into a reality!

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How to Refinance Your Home

Not only are they convenient and safe, but there are tons of benefits to opening a credit card.

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How to Choose the Right Mortgage for You

Wondering what type of mortgage to get? Learn the elements that help determine how much house you can afford.

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Planning a Down Payment for Your Home

Unlock ways to save for a house that works for you by first understanding how much house you can afford and how the down payment impacts overall cost.

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What Is Home Equity and How Does It Work?

Learn the basics of home equity and how to use it wisely, including why credit unions can be a smart choice for leveraging your home's equity.

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Why should you consider a credit union?

Credit unions are focused on you, not shareholders. 

  • Credit unions have an interest in making their communities stronger and are focused on helping their members meet their financial potential. 
  • At a credit union, you can get more personalized service than you might receive at a bank. 

Because credit unions are not-for-profit and serve their members, profits are shared with members through:

  • Higher yields on savings accounts
  • Fewer and lower fees
  • Lower loan interest rates
  • Individualized lending flexibility

Ready to see which credit union is right for you?

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