Repo’s – Where to find Listerhill Credit Union Repo’s

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Listerhill Credit Union describes their history in these words, “In 1952, seven Reynolds Metals employees came together with $5 each and an idea of creating a credit union that was member-owned and member-focused. Service was their only motivation, which added value to being a member. We have grown from an office at Reynolds Metals to 18 branches throughout northwest Alabama and south central Tennessee. Today, we serve 13 counties with a full line of financial services. Our purpose and commitment to value has never changed”.Listerhill Credit Union is a major player in the lending markets of Alabama and parts of Tennessee.  They provide sterling service through their  trusted lending services for members financing cars, RV’s, motorcycles, boats, and real property.A byproduct of carrying a large lending portfolio has also left Listerhill CU with an occasional supply of repossessions from non performing loans. Listerhill CU has initiated an excellent system to resell their credit union repossessed cars, boats, motorcycles and other vehicles back to the public.  There is a place on their website that features all of the credit union repo’s for sale. Potential buyers are able to search local Alabama and Tennessee repo’s from the comfort of their home. Listerhill CU also provides competitive lending products to those who choose to finance the repo purchase.

For_Alabama_and_Tennessee_car and home buyers interested in low priced credit union repo’s they are listed for sale on the_Listerhill Credit Union repo list.

Most are surprised at how seamless the process is when buying a repo vehicle from their credit union.  If you find a repossessed vehicle or home you’d like to buy from Listerhill Credit Union, you’ll want to contact them as soon as you can.  Repo’s are priced to sell quickly. Listerhill also has a lot of resources for buyers to research the auto’s and even get a quote for auto insurance.  Credit union repo’s are sold “as-is”. Always make sure you inspect anything you plan on buying.