Townhomes vs. Condos

Many people choose to go the townhome/condo route for their first home due to the lower cost and maintenance when compared to a single-family home. Here are some of the

Blog Rewind - Selling a Home

Preparing to sell your home can be almost as stressful as buying one. Here are some past blogs about getting your house ready to put on the market as well as tips for

Saving Beyond Emergencies

Once you’ve built a robust emergency savings, usually recommended to be enough money to cover six months to a years’ worth of expenses, you should still try and make

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 11 - 13

As we wrap up the final week of Credit Union Youth Month, make sure you check out Ages 2 - 4, Ages 5 - 7, and Ages 8 - 10. This week, we'll take a closer look at how you

Types of Mortgage Lenders

When it comes to securing funding for your mortgage, there are several types of mortgage lenders available to you. Here are some of the types of lenders from which you

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 8 - 10

Welcome to week three of Credit Union Youth Month. This week, we are going to take a closer look on ways that you can instill great financial habits in kids ages 8 to 10.

Are You Using the Right Savings?

While building your savings is important, where and how you build them may be even more important. Here are some questions to ask yourself to make sure you are using the

Credit Union Youth Month: Ages 5 - 7

As your kids get older, you can continue to introduce new financial topics and lessons. Here are some more ideas to help teach the concept of money and finances to kids

How To: Select a Mortgage Lender

One of the most important decisions you will need to make during the home buying process is selecting a mortgage lender. Here are some of the factors you should take