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Best Of Mortgage 2016

Credit unions used creative ways to serve new markets and members throughout 2016, and they survived the first year of some dramatic document changes.

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How Credit Unions Are Coping With Surging Mortgage Rates (Part 1)

Some underwriting and belt-tightening, staffing and product changes are part of the response as swiftly rising rates roil the housing market.

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What’s Next for the Housing Market?

The U.S. is experiencing a shortage of homes amid record demand, which is likely to have an impact on mortgage lending moving forward.

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Are We In A Housing Bubble? 5 Credit Union Leaders Weigh In

Supply still lags demand but price hikes are slowing, and a lot has changed in the past 15 years.

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From Compliance Through Quality Control: Reducing Risk With ACES Consumer™

The new ACES Consumer platform from ARMCO automates audit and compliance processes while adding visibility and efficiency.

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The House That Plastic Built

How Northwest Community Credit Union created a home equity product that offers members the last home loan for which they’ll ever need to apply.

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Silicon Valley Innovates To Meet Loan Needs

KeyPoint Credit Union offers a range of loan products to help members enter the housing market.

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How To Score With HELOCs

Targeted promotions generate enough volume to make up for the smaller margin on home equity lines at SECU of Maryland.

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Best Of Mortgage 2016

Credit unions used creative ways to serve new markets and members throughout 2016, and they survived the first year of some dramatic document changes.

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8 Facts About HELOCs And Second Mortgages

While home equity lines of credit and second mortgages account for a smaller portion of real estate loans, consumers are using them to a great extent.

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Silos, Sales Cultures, And Down Payment Grants

Five can’t-miss data points featured this week on CreditUnions.com.

Best Of Mortgage 2016

Credit unions used creative ways to serve new markets and members throughout 2016, and they survived the first year of some dramatic document changes.

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