Buying your first home is incredibly exciting—but also
intimidating. You’re suddenly thrust into the world of financing and loans, and
most people don’t know where to start. If this describes you, lean on ASI
Federal Credit Union for help. We specialize in first-time mortgages
to simplify the process and bring you one step closer to achieving this huge
milestone in your life.
Having financial advisors you can trust is key to navigating
the mortgage process. As an ASI member, you can feel confident knowing you have
access to one-on-one, personalized guidance right here in your own
neighborhood. Together, we’ll explore all the loan options available and make
sure you feel comfortable making these major financial decisions. We even offer
First-Time Homebuyer Workshops in partnership with the nonprofit, A Shared Initiative, Inc.
In the workshop, you’ll gain valuable first-time homebuyer
education. A Shared Initiative, Inc. is dedicated to empowering people with
financial education, especially groups who have been historically overlooked by
financial institutions. The workshop, which is taught by certified housing
counselors, helps you learn everything you need to know about:
- Real estate
- And more…
They’ll also go over your credit report and discuss things
you can do to improve your credit score if needed, as well as connect you with
the right resources, such as secured credit cards and credit enhancement plans.
First-Time Mortgage Loans
No two homebuyers are alike. Everyone’s financial situation
is different, and every house is different. That’s why we’ll explore financing
options catered to your unique needs. Our competitive rates and friendly, personal
service help make it easy for people to get approved for loans and make the
dream of homeownership a reality.
No matter where you are in the home-buying process, we’re
here to support you. If you’re located in New Orleans or any of the surrounding
communities, such as Thibodaux, Covington or Harahan, contact ASI now to learn more
about first-time mortgages and apply for a loan.