Get up to $2000 towards closign costs

You Still Have Time to Save!

With mortgage rates remaining at record-lows, you still have time to significantly save on your mortgage.

 Refinancing is definitely worth the effort. If you could lower your current rate by just 1%, you could potentially save tens of thousands of dollars over the life of your mortgage! You may even pay off your loan quicker than planned.


 Ways to Save:

    1. Record-Low Interest RatesWhile a 1% decrease in your interest rate may not sound significant, when you consider the cost of your home and the life of your mortgage, your savings could easily be in the tens of thousands of dollars.

    2. Adjust Your Term With a lower rate, you may be able to shorten your mortgage term and keep your payments relatively the same. Or you could extend your term and lower your monthly payment for more immediate savings.

    3. Switch Your Loan Type If you have an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM), now’s the best time to switch to a FIXED rate mortgage and lock-in record-low rates. It’s crucial you do this before your next rate adjustment.

Don’t let this opportunity pass you up! Our mortgage specialists are all non-commission; meaning we only act in your best interest. And we’re available to answer all your questions and walk you through the entire process.

PLUS, get up to $2,000 towards Closing Costs!*

Contact us at 800.782.4899, apply online, or stop by any branch location.


*This is not an offer to extend consumer credit as defined by Section 1026.2 of Regulation Z. Not valid with any other offer. Tampa Postal FCU will pay up to $2,000 on closing costs towards the origination fee of the approved Conventional 1st Mortgage loan financed with the Credit Union between February 1, 2021 – May 31, 2021. Tampa Postal FCU NMLS 411052 offers home loans by partnership with CU Members Mortgage a division of Colonial Savings, F.A. NMLS 401285. Promotional offer does not apply to 1st mortgages currently financed with the credit union. Restrictions apply. Contact Credit Union for complete details.