OnPoint is excited to celebrate International Credit Union Day (ICU Day) on October 18, 2018, which will mark the 70th anniversary of ICU Day.Read More
Maintaining a good credit score is important at any age, but depending on where you're at in life, changing circumstances may affect the way you handle credit. Here are some tips to maintain good credit during three major life stages.
Helping your child manage money is a skill that can benefit them for years to come. There are many resources that tech-savvy teens can take advantage of to boost their financial knowledge. However, what better way to learn sound money management than through hands-on practice? Here's how you can help.
Many homebuyers believe that saving for a down payment is the most difficult step in the home buying process. If you're interested in saving for your next home, here are a few saving strategies that may work for you.
OnPoint is excited to celebrate International Credit Union Day (ICU Day) on October 18, 2018, which will mark the 70th anniversary of ICU Day.
Before applying for a new form of credit—whether it's a mortgage, car loan or credit card—it's important to know your credit score. This will help you estimate the interest rates for which you may qualify, or tell you if it’s the right time to apply.
This week’s employee spotlight is Marion Marshall, Member Relationship Officer at the Salmon Creek branch. In 2008, Marion joined OnPoint as a Member Service Representative. Marion is celebrating her 10th anniversary of helping OnPoint members in the Vancouver area and we’re incredibly grateful for her many years of service. Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
This week’s employee spotlight is Heather Martin, Member Relationship Officer at the Bend South branch. In 2014, Heather joined OnPoint as a Teller and also held a position as a Member Service Representative before taking on her current role. We appreciate the hard work and great energy that Heather brings to her branch. Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
Should you rent or buy? The question of when to pursue homeownership—or whether do this at all—is on the minds of many people today. Although some consumers view owning a home as an important step in achieving the American dream, others prefer renting their living spaces for the greater flexibility. In addition, some renters feel that there are too many barriers to owning a home. So, how can you decide whether you should keep renting or make the leap to homeownership? Consider these factors.
This week’s employee spotlight is Elizabeth Jansen, Mortgage Loan Originator at the NW 27th and Vaughn branch. Elizabeth joined the OnPoint Mortgage team in 2014 and has more than 25 years in banking experience. She brings a high level of energy and professionalism to the team and we’re grateful to have her here helping our members achieve their dream of homeownership. Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
The separate goals of providing an education for the next generation and saving for retirement are both high-cost investments for many people. In this blog, we will help you better understand how to plan for these two major milestones.