With UCCU’s low interest rates and mortgage insurance rates, you could qualify for up to 14% more house than you could with other local lenders! Here’s how:
LOWER INTEREST RATES UCCU’s rates are just plain lower than the competition. An independent survey on 10/21/2016 of 30 lenders in our market showed that UCCU’s 30 year fixed rate mortgage was 0.375% lower than the group’s median interest rate.
LOWER MORTGAGE INSURANCE When your down payment is less than 20%, you are typically required to pay for mortgage insurance. This can be a significant monthly expense that gets added into your payment. UCCU receives lower mortgage insurance rates than banks and mortgage companies, which can make a big difference in your monthly payment.
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It’s always important to gauge your financial wellness. Financial situations can change very quickly. Understanding how to make adjustments as needed is an important skill to learn. Take this quiz to see where you stand financially and help address any problems shown by the results. The first step toward a financially stable tomorrow is facing the situation today.
Ready to begin? Answer True or False to the following questions, and then tally your score. See scoring beneath the quiz to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for financial counseling.
I normally pay only the minimum amount due on my credit card bills.
My credit card balances increase each month.
There are arguments in my home about money.
I sometimes hide purchases from my spouse.
I frequently charge items that I used to pay for with cash.
I have thought about filing for bankruptcy.
I have begun using cash advances to meet my obligations.
My credit cards are near the limit, so I’ve begun applying for new lines of credit.
I do not know the total amount that I owe.
I skip paying my bills some months, or pay late.
I have depleted my savings.
I am consumed with worries about debt.
My debt interferes with my job and/or home life.
Collectors have begun contacting me.
I have taken money from my retirement account to satisfy debt obligations.
If I lost my job, it would mean an immediate financial crisis in my life.
I use balance transfers.
I have no emergency savings account.
Next month’s bills arrive before I’ve paid this month’s.
I do not open my bills when they arrive, or soon thereafter.
Most people answer “True” to two or three of the above questions. If True was answered more often than three times, you might consider financial counseling. BALANCE offers free and low cost assistance, whether the problem stems from needing more financial education, debt concerns, meeting your mortgage payment, or a host of other personal finance concerns. Discussing it with a certified counselor/3rd party will add insight to help you to resolve the situation.