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Use our network of real estate agents to buy or sell and save in CASH rewards** at closing.Read More
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** The HomeAdvantage® program is made available to you through a relationship between WEOKIE Federal Credit Union and CU Realty Services. Cash Rewards are awarded through the HomeAdvantage program to buyers and sellers who select and use a real estate agent in the HomeAdvantage network. Home buyers or sellers are not eligible for Cash Rewards if they use an agent outside this network. Cash Rewards amounts are dependent on the commissions paid to the HomeAdvantage network agent. Obtaining a mortgage or use of any specific lending institution is not a requirement to earn Cash Rewards. WEOKIE may have specific rules on how Cash Rewards can be paid out. Cash Rewards are available in most states; however, are void where prohibited by law or by the lender.
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Lan wanted to take advantage of WEOKIE's low mortage rates. She was able to refinance her mortgage and reduce her monthly payment by $417. Lan will save nearly $50,000 over the life of her loan.