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Are these really all they're cracked up to be? I guess the main advantage to them is getting lower rate loans, and sometimes leases as well. So, how much can you save and what kind of loan rates should I look for from a credit union?

I also assume that getting approved for these loans once you're a member is easier than with a "normal" loan. Or is that not right?


Alot of credit unions also have group rate packages available for items such as insurance. I would suggest checking local credit unions to see if you're available for membership since they have various restrictions as to who can join. Then compare their rates against one another.

My experience has been that they are lenient with loans when it comes to members.

Kim
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