Pursuing a degree after high school is a common option millions undertake each year. Whether it’s a bachelor’s degree right after high school or a graduate degree later in life, there are many different options—and costs to go with them. It could get complicated, so we want to help our members as much as we can.
You have a lot to consider when you buy or sell your home. Vantage is proud to offer HomeAdvantage ® to give you a one-stop shop for all your home buying and selling needs, from just browsing to closing the deal and everything in between.
Many homeowners use their equity to cover the cost of home renovations. Others plan to consolidate debts or prepare for emergency expenses. Do you have a plan for your home’s equity?
Add your Vantage Mastercard ® credit or debit card to your favorite online retailer or other accounts with recurring payments and easily shop online without having to re-enter your card information each time at checkout.
With our Indirect Dealer Network and accompanying search tool on our website, access a one-stop shop to find the dealer, vehicle and price for your budget.
In an effort to better serve our members, Vantage is planning some exciting changes in our branches, and some locations will see those changes soon.
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!
Did you know you could use the equity built up in your home to cover debts or other expenses?
We’ve all gotten those flyers in the mail. Pre-approved for this credit card or that credit card. 0% interest! Reward points! Airline miles! But what does it all mean, and further, what should you be cautious of when considering a credit card?
When you finally make the decision to buy or sell a home, it can be very exciting and overwhelming at the same time. You may find yourself pulled in many different directions. Before you put that for sale sign out front, it’s best to do a pre-audit of your home for any liability exposures or potential risks during the home-selling process.