Looking at even the worst-performing member business lending portfolios, credit unions still have low delinquency rates.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Buying and selling loans on the SBA secondary market is still unfamiliar territory for many credit unions.
Group takes on the question of commercial real estates and credit unions.
To say the battle to increase the member business lending cap has been an arduous one for the credit union industry would be an understatement.
As credit unions continue the battle to get the member business lending cap increased, some CUSOs say they are in it for the long haul.
While vacancies in office and retail space remain high, apartments and multifamily units are making a comeback in the commercial real estate market, one real estate expert noted.
The closure of four of its branches has not stopped North Island Credit Union from retaining relationships with business members.
NetDeposit LLC and CU Business Group have signed an agreement to bring remote deposit capture to the CUSO's more than 300 credit unions.
The more than 300 credit unions served by CU Business Group, a business services CUSO, will have access to remote deposit capture through an alliance with NetDeposit LLC.
Compared to banks, credit unions are holding their own when it comes to keeping member business loan delinquencies and charge-offs at a minimum.