The IBEW and United Workers FCU mobile banking app is here and ready to download on your Apple or Android smart phone! Manage your money on the go and have easier access to your accounts anytime or anywhere you are! With your credit union app you’ll have account access at your fingertips:
- Log in options using Fingerprint ID, Voice, Face ID, PIN or password
- 24/7 Access
- Mobile Check Deposit
- Manage your Cards
- Transfer funds between your accounts
- Apply for a loan
- Find ATMs and Shared Branches
Your credit union will be in your pocket – you can take us with you when you’re on the GO!
TOP 5 TIPS EVERY HOMEBUYER SHOULD KNOW
Fun fact: educated homebuyers get better deals! Whether you are a first-time buyer, or have had some experiencing buying and selling homes, you’ll learn valuable tips in this seminar to help you find, locate and negotiate the best deal on your new home. And did you know: if you haven’t owned a home in the last three years, you are qualified to receive any first-time homebuyer benefits that might be available!
In a world of fast-changing technology as well as new mortgage rules and updated real estate contracts, we will cover information appropriate for homebuyers of any income level. Among the topics covered are shopping for a mortgage, down payments and closing costs, knowing when it’s the right time to buy, how to work with a real estate agent to find the right home, and the closing process.
Join us from 10 a.m. ‘til noon on April 27th at the branch office on SE Washington Street for donuts, coffee, and great information. We will have a realtor and mortgage lender on site to answer your questions on the home buying process and how the whole thing works.
This is the first in our upcoming series of home buying seminars. Do you have questions about purchasing or selling a home? Interested in owning rental properties? Considering downsizing? Let us know what topics you’d like to see covered in future seminars offered by Lance Bullard of Finance of American and Shana O’Brien of Realty ONE Group.
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