Tag: apply for a loan

Myth or Fact: You should contact a lender

Myth or Fact: I can’t afford to buy a home so I shouldn’t contact a lender. Myth. Don’t disqualify yourself before you speak to a loan officer. Many people believe they can’t afford to buy a home but they can! There are down payment assistance and loan programs available for most situations. Call a New […]

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Ring in the season with GPO’s Holiday Loan

Hi, it’s Courtney … The holidays are almost here and at GPO we’re ready to help our members with low-rate personal loans And we mean low rates as in 1.99 percent APR for 6 months. All qualifying members will receive that low rate. And for those who want a longer term, our holiday loan rate […]

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Apply online for instant loan decisions

♪♪♪♪ GPO makes it easy to apply for all types of loans autos, personal loans, Visa credit cards, even home equities. Simply visit gpofcu.com to apply online. Anytime and from anywhere. Click on the “apply now” link. Indicate whether you are currently a member or not – new members are always welcome, so join and […]

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Fixed Rate vs Arm Mortgage

We try and stay healthy and fit in our everyday lives so why wouldn’t your mortgage fitness be important as well? Learn more about mortgage terms, loan programs, and steps during the loan process for purchasing or refinancing your home. Come on let’s get mortgage fit! Hi I’m Courtney Lynch from New American Funding. Today […]

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“Unboxing” – IU Credit Union TV Commercial

We’re going to buy our first house. And we wanted to take a look at IU Credit Union. Let’s get to the unboxing. Here’s the house we want to buy. The perfect starter home. This lets us apply for a mortgage online. With our student loans and credit history, we were worried about being able […]

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What is AER? Close Finance explains

Annual equivalent rate, or AER, allows you to compare the true cost of a loan between different lenders. It is useful because some lenders charge their interest in different ways, so, for example, one lender may calculate their interest on a daily basis, and another lender may calculate their interest on a monthly basis. With […]

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