Buying & Selling
Even if you’ve gone through the home buying process in the past, a lot has changed just in the past five years. If you’re getting ready to move into a new place, these resources will help you feel confident about the process of buying and selling.
Your Home Loan Toolkit
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s entire reason for existing is to protect the finances of consumers, so yeah, we trust them.
They’ve put together a home loan toolkit that goes into great detail to help you understand the ins and outs of loans, how closing works and how you can choose the best loan for your situation and goals. All in clear, understandable language.
There’s a lot more involved in buying a home than just securing a loan, we want to help make it easy. We highly recommend HomeAdvantage, which will help you find a realtor, buy your house, and save you money.
1. Enroll in HomeAdvantage
Free and easy to use HomeAdvantage gives you access to property listings, neighborhood information, a referral to a trustworthy, experienced real estate agent, and a rebate at closing.*
2. Search & Research
Start looking for a home you’ll love. With HomeAdvantage you can quickly search by price range, home size, ZIP code and many other features. Plus, you can view data on specific neighborhoods including schools, crime rates, and more.
3. Find an Agent
For an investment this large, you want to find a real estate professional you can trust. HomeAdvantage and A+FCU have done the legwork for you by choosing a number of knowledgeable, local real estate agents. You just make your selection and request referrals using HomeAdvantage.
4. Get a Mortgage
Depending on your wants, needs, and financial situation, we’ll make sure you get exactly the right loan.
- Personal assistance throughout the loan process
- Financing up to 30 years
- Low rates
5. Earn a Rebate
Work with a real estate agent in the HomeAdvantage network and get a 20% rebate on the agent’s commission. The average member saves more than $1,500 at closing.*