Friday, 9 November 2007

Using Credit Unions and your credit

Using Credit Unions and your credit
By John Caldecott

A credit union is a good organization that is for individuals based on where they live or where they are employed. It will work in the same ways as most banks but offer loans that are more exclusive to their members and offer a better and much lower interest rate. Those who deposit the money are able to borrow money because the members run it. This is the best place for someone to earn a stable paycheck but is somehow managed to accumulate bad credit because of sometimes the community will base it on their character and not on their creditability. A bank can turn you down easily if your credit rating is not good but with a credit union you will have the chance to explain what you want before you are approved or denied.

You can benefit financially because you are a member of the credit union. A savings account with a bank will accumulate interest over time. It is set by the percentage of what your balance is over time. Credit unions will pay higher interest to their members and the interest rates on any loan are going to be lower as well. Any profits that are accumulated will go into serving the members better because it is a non profit organization that is ran by volunteers in the community only.

There are different ways of finding out which credit unions are available to you with your employment, residence, or what your part is in an organization. If you have a stable job, you can ask your employer if there is one that you are able to get based on your involvement with the company. There may also be a member of your family who belongs to a credit union that encourages members to have their entire family members join. In most areas, you may be available to join because of where you are living. It is viewed as a way for the community to work together as one to take care of all the members.

Everyone needs to be a member of a financial institution in order to get and build up good credit, gain eligibility, and to take out a loan if it is needed. They will also be able to have a reference of stability on his or her credit report. Many people will want to use the credit unions over banks because they are friendlier and locally ran by members of the community. They are non-profit so you will not have to pay a fee to be a member and take advantage on the positive things that they offer. They will give anyone who has bad credit a chance to be eligible for loans and rebuilding their credit score.

Godbless, John,.

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