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All eyes will be on Michael Phelps begins his quest to take home an unprecedented 8 Olympic gold medals. However, the attention of the financial services industry will remain equally glued on the US housing market. Let’s examine 2Q mortgage lending growth among First Look CUs, who will take home the gold?
Aug. 11, 2008
In un-charted times such as today, credit unions must work together to overcome current challenges and continue to be the most trusted provider of financial services in the nation.
July 1, 2008
3 things credit unions might be taking for fact- debunk the myths.
Dec. 24, 2007
With ARMs resetting and interest rates falling, credit unions can take advantage of the competition pulling back and increase the public perception of credit unions as a primary mortgage lender.
Dec. 17, 2007
With credit worries surrounding financial institutions, credit unions are maintaining solid asset quality, but could do better to prepare for losses.
Dec. 10, 2007
By stimulating interest in mortgage issues now before financial crisis has landed on your members’ front doors, your credit union can help make a difference.
Nov. 5, 2007
As foreclosures continue to rise, recently released data from the Federal Reserve may help credit unions to identify areas where consumers are most likely to need help with mortgage loans.
Oct. 29, 2007
Data released last week reported that foreclosure filings across the U.S. rose at a double digit pace. Should credit unions expect more foreclosures in their real estate portfolio?
Sept. 24, 2007
Credit Unions have a unique position as a balance sheet lender, this fact presents an opportunity to help members as the mortgage market struggles.
Sept. 17, 2007
With the Fed poised to take action to ease the credit crunch that has overtaken the financial industry, credit unions continue to weather the storm and show their value to members through products and services designed to help them through these rough times.
The benefits are endless!
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