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Making sense of the mortgage process

Posted On: March 11, 2020 by CSE Federal Credit Union in: Lending

 

Just because it’s a seller's market doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to buy, if you’re ready. Right now there will be homes popping up faster than you know it, even more so since Spring is here. Being prepared now means you’ll be ready when you find that home of your dreams!.

Where do I start?

First things first - determining your needs and wants in a home and setting a budget. If you’re buying a home with another person,...

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Auto Loans at CSE Save You Money

Auto Loans at CSE Save You Money

Posted On: March 1, 2020 by CSE Federal Credit Union in: Lending

 

Know Before You go... Car Shopping

The age of vehicles on the road continues to rise. According to IHS Markit, the average age of all vehicles at the end of 2019 was 11.8 years old. After a nationwide drop in vehicle sales in 2019, the average age will likely creep up more. When considering those factors, the market is likely to move toward an increase in car sales. If you find yourself looking for a vehicle, be smart about your financing options.

With gas prices...

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Tags: Auto Loans, Car loans, CSE Loans

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To Consolidate...or Not to Consolidate?

Posted On: February 11, 2020 by CSE Federal Credit Union in: Lending

Exploring When Debt Consolidation Makes Sense

Debt affects nearly every consumer, no matter what financial situation you find yourself in. According to the Federal Reserve1, American's hold nearly $4.2 Trillion (yes, with a T) in consumer debt, or, roughly $38,000 per person. This number excludes mortgage debt but includes everything else: student loans, credit cards, vehicle loans, personal loans, and other debts.

If digging out of debt is on your financial to-do list,...

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Tags: Consolidate, Debt Consolidation, Loan, Personal Loan

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