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Save money with no closing costs on a 5/5 ARM from Mission Federal Credit Union. Enjoy rates as low as 3.750%/5.003% APR.
Get a 0.25% Auto Loan Rate Discount when you buy through Autoland and get your loan from Mission Fed. Plus, you can defer your first payment for 90 days.
Now through October 31, 2018, there are more ways to Refer a Friend to Mission Fed—and earn $40 each!
Catch some great rates with a Term Certificate and choose what works best for you: 2.50% APY for 27 months, 2.00% APY for 17 months or 1.50% APY on a Regular or IRA Term Certificate.
HELOCs as low as a fixed 2.99% intro APR for the first 12 months.
Give yourself the credit—and benefits—you deserve. Open a Mission Fed Credit Card and enjoy low rates, Mission Rewards and a multitude of Mastercard® benefits.
Mission Fed News
Enjoy this message on services and savings from Mission Fed President and CEO Debra Schwartz.
Check out all that Mission Fed can offer when it comes to buying a home. With our partner HomeAdvantage, you can search for a home online, find a preferred Real Estate agent from our local network, get listing alerts via email and then save money with a Mission ...
You might already have a bank in Escondido, but what about adding a Credit Union? Mission Fed has been located here, one of San Diego’s oldest cities, since 1979—and now we have two branches to serve you! The Escondido Auto Park Way branch is located on Auto Park Way near...
Mission Fed provides financing for the purchase or refinance of Multi-family and Commercial properties located in Southern California: San Diego, Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties.
The information in this guide will give you a better understanding of credit, credit scores and credit reports, as well as how to keep them all in good standing. Learn about what qualifies as credit and why it’s important to have credit in the first place.
The federal financial institutions regulatory agencies encourage banks and credit unions to work constructively with homeowners who are unable to make their contractual payment obligations on their home loans. Find out how Mission Fed can help you.