One of the great things about owning a home is that it’s an investment. The money you put into your home is money invested toward your future. One way you can increase the value of your home is by completing home renovations. Not only that but investing in home improvement can enhance your quality of life while you are in the home.
The journey to homeownership can be overwhelming at times—from finding a great realtor to shopping for the right type of mortgage loan. After all, choosing a mortgage loan, which best fits your needs, is just as important as choosing your new home.
If you’re undertaking home improvements, you’ve probably been thinking about how to pay for the costs associated with your project. Home improvements can help you increase the value of your home, allowing you to get a better return on your investment in the long run. However, the money for the renovations has to come from somewhere.
Chartway Federal Credit Union is proud to announce that Mallory Dimitruk has been selected to lead the credit union’s collections efforts as the vice president of default management.
Chartway is proud to welcome Jon Savio to serve as its vice president of finance. Savio joins Chartway following more than 20 years of asset-liability management, investment portfolio management, balance sheet strategy, financial reporting, and credit union experience.
Each year, many people discover and fall in love with Virginia’s majestic mountains, beautiful farmlands, and stunning beaches. With its rich history, thriving economy, and top-tier colleges and universities, it’s an ideal place to buy a home and raise a family.
Whether you’re in a transition phase of life or just thinking about ways you could use more space, sometimes a bigger house can be exactly what you need. We’ve gathered some of the most common reasons why you may want to size up to a bigger house. Once you read them, you’ll see that you’re not alone in considering the change.
Chartway Federal Credit Union is proud to announce that as the credit union continues to grow in a dynamic world, two of its leaders – Rob Keatts and Elizabeth Short – have been promoted.
Chartway Federal Credit Union is proud to announce that on February 23, 2021, the credit union held its 62nd Annual Meeting virtually.