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Jan. 7, 2008
Why are so many credit unions averse to mortgage lending? This proves they are great assets and everyone knows they are an excellent core product to solidify relationshios with members.
As an industry we need to be more agressive in highlighting our successes and strengths, compared to banks.
Very interesting - proves drilling down on statistics can show an entirely differing "picture".
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