Lending

Refinance

By Rebecca McClay | Oct. 15, 2012

Credit unions are triggering local economic rebounds in housing, employment, and small businesses.

By Melissa Forsyth | Oct. 1, 2012

With so many loyal members being impacted negatively by the economy over the past few years, Directions Credit Union found itself making more loans in the lower credit tiers. Instead of simply giving members a higher rate loan, the credit union decided to help members get back on the right track.

By Mark Reed | July 11, 2012

Credit unions should help members manage the money they save from refinancing their mortgage.

 

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By Bailey Reutzel | June 25, 2012

Saving members money through refinance challenges has become a trackable industry trend that grows loan portfolios.

By Jay Johnson | June 18, 2012

Consumers have emerged from the economic downturn with new power and are contributing to record financial figures.

By Dwight Johnston | May 21, 2012

With a housing market rebound likely to continue, credit unions can start to think about how to create new mortgage lending service.

By Bailey Reutzel | May 21, 2012

Educators Credit Union is now aiming to help members save $30 million in 2012 after exceeding its $20 million goal.

By Aaron Pugh | April 23, 2012

State Department FCU’s in-house legal counsel drives a double-digit increase in recoveries and shortens collection turnaround time.

By Mark Reed | April 9, 2012

As Bank of America tests a unique foreclosure management program, credit unions can consider if a similar rental solution would work for them.

By Rebecca Wessler | March 26, 2012

Library of Congress FCU’s mad promotion helps it book nearly $2 million in auto loans.