Tag: auto loans

Benefits to Refinancing Your Vehicle at Your Credit Union

[ 0 ] February 18, 2019 |
Benefits to Refinancing Your Vehicle at Your Credit Union

Most all of us are creatures of habit. When we buy a car, so many of us just go to a showroom or two, pick out a vehicle and let the dealer handle the financing. We shop harder for a loaf of fresh bread than we do for an auto loan!  But that can be […]

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Zero-Percent Financing

[ 0 ] July 11, 2018 |
Zero-Percent Financing

IAACU QUICK FACTS Data as of 06.30.18 HQ: Bloomington, IL ASSETS: $251.3 M MEMBERS: 16,673 12-MO SHARE GROWTH: 5.77% 12-MO LOAN GROWTH: 0.74% Periodically, people will ask me if “zero-percent financing” is a good thing. The obvious answer is a resounding YES – if you can truly get 0%. The catch is that there is […]

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Say Hello To Our New Loan Officer!

[ 1 ] October 10, 2016 |
Say Hello To Our New Loan Officer!

Ramona (Mona) started working as a consumer loan officer in our loan department on September 12th. Mona was born and raised in Las Vegas, New Mexico. She currently resides in Normal, IL with her husband and 3 children, aged 15-21. She was employed at State Employees Credit Union of New Mexico for 19 years before […]

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Is Zero Percent Financing a Good Deal?

[ 0 ] June 19, 2014 |
Is Zero Percent Financing a Good Deal?

If you are in the market for a new car you’re probably aware of the dealer/manufacture incentives designed to get you into their showroom and ultimately sell you a vehicle. Some of these incentives involve a generous rebate or zero percent financing. No doubt these are both great offers but how do you determine which […]

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So you wanna buy a car?

[ 0 ] January 16, 2014 |
So you wanna buy a car?

It can be very tempting, even hard to resist.  That urge to rush out to get a fancy new car can be powerful when you see so many commercials on television showing all the new models, or the once in a lifetime sales, or the year end closeout bonanzas!  But wait, let’s not get too […]

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