GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Looking to expand in 2002, CUsource Inc., the statewide CU-owned CUSO, expects to add new CU members and add new services, according to the CUSO's newly-elected chairman, Anna Marie DeYoung of Livingston.

The past year, said DeYoung, was devoted to helping Montana CUs convert data processing systems to CUsource. Now the next project will be to bring on "a couple more" CUs, as well as provide new services in home banking and real estate loans.

Among the new services being looked at are home banking bill payment and real estate loan servicing. The loan services, she said, would be offered to CUs regardless of whether they sell loans into the secondary market. The real estate service could start in February or March, said DeYoung.

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