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Are you in the process of buying your first home and confused by escrow and how it works? Even people who have bought homes before are confused. Learn more about what you need to know about escrow!
Refinancing and consolidating with TCU can simplify your payments and potentially save you money over time.
What is the homestead exemption and how do I know if I qualify? The homestead exemption can help you save a significant amount on your taxes and offer other legal provisions. Read on for all your questions on the homestead exemption, answered.
Is your business in need of capital to help fund growth, fund a move or to purchase equipment? A business loan could be the right answer.
The demand for cars, and their all-time high prices are causing consumers to consider buying out their lease. This can be a smart choice for many consumers, but it is important to determine if this option makes sense for your situation.
Deciding whether to buy a new home, or build one from the ground up? Building your dream home may be the better option in today's housing market. Skip the bidding wars and invest in your future with a custom home.
If you’re looking to take out a home loan in the near future, it’s important to learn about the current market trends and what you can expect in the coming months.
Here at TCU, we are proud to offer small business loans to our entrepreneurial members at affordable interest rates and easy membership eligibility requirements. Here are four popular ways to use a small business loan.
Credit cards offer more protection compared to using cash or debit cards. Learn how to best take advantage of credit card use and what features to consider when applying for a new card.
Buying a home will likely be the biggest purchase you ever make. Be sure to find out all there is to know about mortgages and their interest rates before applying for a home loan.
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