Where to find Weber State Credit Union Repo’s.
Weber State Credit Union is one of several Ogden based Credit Unions and has consistently been a big player in both savings and loan markets for individuals and businesses in Northern Utah. Since it’s inception Weber State Credit Union has carried a comprehensive portfolio of lending products to suit the needs of their members.
As with any major community lender WSCU has also had some exposure to the risks of lending in a tough economy and occasionally takes in repossessed homes and vehicles. Some of Weber State Credit Union’s repos can include cars, RV’s, boats, ATV’s, trucks, and various real property. Weber State Credit Union has used their own website as a tool to remarket these repossessions back to the public. They have designated a page on their website where they list their credit union repo’s that are currently for sale. The website includes details information on the make, model, and year, as well as any known information on the condition of the repo. By having this information available to buyers they also open up an opportunity to recapture the financing on the the purchase by advertizing low auto rates and helpful links to auto insurance quotes for members.
For Utah car buyers who want to search their credit union repo’s they are listed for sale on the-Weber State Credit Union repo list.
A lot of people are pleasantly surprised with the experience of buying a repo from a credit union. Credit unions are experts in home and car buying as they deal with it every day. Weber State Credit Union’s repo list is a great stop for bargain hunters searching for cars and homes. Be sure to contact the credit union for any additional questions on a particular repo.
If you decide to purchase a credit union repossession at WSCU be sure to contact them promptly. A representative can to guide you through any necessary steps to complete your purchase transaction. Be sure and ask if they offer any promotional rates if you are to finance the purchase with them too. Don’t forget that credit union repossessions are sold “as-is”. It’s always wise to consult with an expert who can help inspect the repossessed property too.