Life is full of the unexpected, and it could be hard to find flexibility or creative solutions with your finances. Before you answer life’s surprise expenses with your credit card, you may want to consider using the equity in your home to unlock your financial flexibility.
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You’ve envisioned it. Your carpet, your wall colors, your backyard. Now, moving from the vision board to reality is within reach with our ReadyNow Mortgage!
While a 0% loan is often advertised as one of the best deals you can get when you’re buying a vehicle, you owe it to yourself to examine the terms, payment and interest rate of all offers before making a final decision.
Mortgage Solutions, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Vantage, is offering an exciting new mortgage program available exclusively to support our Vantage Credit Union members working in education. Now, you can lock in a fixed-rate mortgage with 0% down!
For some, thoughts of flipping the calendar to a new year also brings the anticipation (or dread) of filing your taxes. Soon the W-2s will appear in the mail. You’ll compile all the necessary paperwork. Once everything is together, you wait for the news. Do I owe? Or, am I getting a refund?
Sometimes you have no choice. You need to buy a car. You can’t wait for the optimal time to buy. But, if you have the option, are there really particular times of year that are better than others to purchase a car? The answer is yes.
Mortgage Solutions, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Vantage, is offering an exclusive mortgage only available to Vantage Credit Union members and those eligible for membership. Now, with as little as 3% down, you could buy a home.
You’re in the market for a new car. Whether by choice or by necessity, you now face decisions beyond which color you’d prefer.
St. Louis home values went up in 2016. That’s great news for home owners! So, what’s your home worth? And better yet, what could you be doing with the equity in your home?
When you start looking for financial advice (or any kind of advice, for that matter), experts will share their take on what’s “good” and what’s “bad.”