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Must Pick Credit Unions

Easier to borrow

There is no need to await your loan status on tenterhooks since lending decisions are normally made locally, which means quicker turn-around time and more flexibility than loans with large corporations. Some can also offer signature loans to members who have good credit and standing.

Lower loan rates

More often than not; these lending institutions can offer their customers lower loan rates. Last year, the National Credit Union Administration released information that confirmed that the average rate on a 36-month loan was about 2.85 percent. Compare that rate to an average 5.59 percent at banks, which is nearly twice the amount.

Run by customers

You can have confidence doing business with your credit union. Why, you ask? Because each member is also a partial owner, meaning they also have a stake in the success of the union. It is also managed and staffed by its customers on a volunteer basis. As a member, you even have the option to run for a seat on your union’s board of directors, which is not feasible at a bank.