Alpine Credit Union is a smaller Utah based financial institution that primarily services customers in Utah County. They have branch locations in Highland, Orem, American Fork, and Lehi. Although they are smaller in numbers statewide they are a large player in northern Utah for mortgage, auto, and business lending. According to their website, “Alpine Credit Union is a reputable community credit union designed to help all people of great Utah Valley communities”.
As is the case with most smaller financial institutions ACU has also had moderate exposure to a slump in the local economy that has led to the unfortunate loss of both vehicles and real estate due to foreclosed loans. Alpine Credit Union’s repo inventory can include cars, RV’s, SUV’s, ATV’s, and other miscellaneous real property. Alpine Credit Union has discovered success in utilizing their own website as a resource to place qualified buyers into these orphaned credit union repo’s. On their website they have designated a page to list all current repossessions available. As an added bonus Alpine CU has strategically placed links to their competitive home and auto rates for potential buyers viewing their repo’s. Even if they have nothing for sale a potential buyer who visits will at least have a chance to compare the APR agains other lenders.
For Utah car buyers who want to search credit union repo’s they are listed for sale on theAlpine Credit Union repo list.
Most buyers will be elated to experience the ease of buying a credit union repo from Alpine. Credit unions deal with real estate and auto transactions every day, and will be knowledgeable in guiding you through the process. Alpine Credit Union’s repo list is definitely a destination that car buyers and real estate investors will want to check out. Don’t hesitate to make contact with the credit union if you have any questions about their repossession sales.
Don’t be afraid to negotiate the pricing. Another benefit occasionally offered is preferential loan rates for those who purchase repo’s. Be sure and ask what kind of concessions are on the table prior to submitting an offer.Credit union repossessions are sold generally offered in “as-is” condition. Take the time to contact a local expert who can help inspect the repo if you don’t know what to look for.