Technological advancements are changing the ways credit unions comply with fair lending laws.
Federal court plans Oct. 28 hearing in Gulfport on injunction to delay new flood insurance rates.
More evidence has appeared suggesting housing finance loans purchased by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are poised to get a bit smaller.
Credit union continuing to grow commercial loan business.
CU/America plans to actively promote CU Realty Services and its benefits to its credit unions, as well as others across the state.
Virginia consolidation to combine $72 million Springfield credit union into $1.7 billion suburban Washington institution.
In an “amicable” decision made between Patelco President/CEO Ken Burns and the $3.9 billion credit union’s board, Burns will resign effective sometime this summer.
Not all trailblazers strike out for the frontiers. Sometimes blazing trails means leading people back through terrain they thought they knew in order to rediscover treasures they forgot they lost.
For credit unions wanting to grow their purchase-mortgage portfolios, the secret is online.
Since its launch in 2006, Prudential PenFed Realty has used a formula to keep up with the demand for its services while showing homes to members who may have to uproot with little notice. The firm sets up shop where members are moving to.