Time to Adjust
Don’t put it off any longer, these historically low ARM interest rates may not last.
You and many of your DECU co-members and co-owners have adjustable rate mortgages with us at the going interest rate of around 3%. Now that terms are expiring, you may qualify for new rates that start as low as 1.875%.
Members who transferred their loans are saving money every month, and paying less over the long term for their loan. Maybe it’s time you took a look at the super-low rates available on existing ARM turnovers for pre-qualified DECU members just like you.
Contact Our Mortgage Team for Help
6 Important Financial Tips for Newlyweds
Getting married is one of the most life-changing decisions one can make, and it’s not just because you’re finding someone to spend the rest of your life with. The financial implications can be huge. When you get married, you face many different financial decisions, from combining bank accounts to deciding when and where to buy […]
Financial Spring Cleaning: 6 Tips to Get Your Finances in Shape for Summer
Spring cleaning can freshen up your home and eliminate all the dust or damage that winter brings to its physical appearance. Similarly, financial spring cleaning removes all the built-up grime that has hurt your ability to be financially healthy. It’s a great time to adjust how you spend, save, and invest your money to get […]
Five Things to Consider Before Getting a Personal Loan
Taking on a personal loan can be a huge commitment that changes how you think about your short-term finances. If you are applying for a personal loan for the first time, then there are some things you should understand before applying that can help you understand your commitment. It’s important not to take on any debt you […]
Budgeting Tips for Recent College Graduates
For new college graduates, it can be tough emotionally and financially to transition into a full-time career. Not to mention, there are so many new responsibilities that come, including finding and paying for a place to live on your own or contributing to a 401(k) plan for the first time. One of the hardest things […]