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Credit unions ended the year with consumer loans taking more spots in the portfolio parking lot, leaving a smaller share of the loan space for real estate.

A preliminary assessment by CUNA and the Federal Reserve Bank’s G-19 Consumer Credit Report released Wednesday show credit unions continued to increase loans for cars and credit cards faster than banks and most other lenders.

Jim DuPlessis

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