Saying “Yes” When Others Say “No”
From the new business startup on Main Street, to the “SOLD” sign in the subdivision and the new car in your neighbor’s driveway, credit unions are there. Credit unions have always been, and remain, consumer lenders.
They issue loans to support the community — even when banks do not. We continue to see increases in the number of loans issued by Michigan credit unions and the positive effects that they have on Michigan’s economy.
First car to new car?
Whether it’s time to jump in, trade up or kick back, your credit union is with you every step of the way. Visit your neighborhood credit union and see what it means to be a member.Credit union member auto loans rates average 1% lower than banks. (*Rate average based on 48-month used car loan)