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The housing market is impacting all loan originators, and credit unions are certainly no exception. Even the obvious advantages credit unions offer – such as highly competitive rates and the ability to serve many facets of a member's financial needs – aren't enough to overcome a tough market alone. When interest rates spike and home inventories are already low to begin with, there's only so much an originator can do to grow sales.

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