Thanks to financing from the National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union, an adult medical daycare facility will open for business this spring.
The 44,000-member, $540 million National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Rockville, Md., has been working to prepare its housing finance program for whatever the federal government may choose to do with the two giant mortgage entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
While unemployment is rising to ever higher levels, many displaced by this trend are heeding the the call of the entrepreneurial spirit.
Some members of the $522 million National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union have been told the interest rates going forward on their NIHFCU branded credit cards are going up.
The National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union has expanded its business services program with an eye on courting its growing health care and biomedical membership.
Should I refinance? Will I qualify for a mortgage? Am I paying the right price for this house? Will mortgage rates drop even more?
In what has become a relatively rare move, a Washington area credit union has sold its credit card portfolio to an agent-issuing bank.