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From modest beginnings in 1953, Gesa Credit Union has grown from a part-time office operating out of a shoebox to the fifth largest credit union in Washington State, serving over 150,000 members around the world. Gesa Credit Union has a rich history of providing financial services to Eastern Washington; its spirit still reflects the early-day motto, "people helping people."
Since 1996, when Gesa became a community-chartered credit union and opened its field of membership to everyone in Washington, the credit union experienced explosive growth. Consumers have discovered the value of banking with a not-for-profit cooperative.
We believe getting a mortgage should be quick and easy. Gesa is proud to offer mortgage products to our members – offering a simple and convenient way to finance your home in a variety of ways with competitive rates and features.
Licenses & Disclosures
Gesa Credit Union is an Equal Housing Lender. As prohibited by federal law, we do not engage in business practices that discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, age (provided you have the capacity to enter into a binding contract), because all or part of your income may be derived from any public assistance program, or because you have, in good faith, exercised any right under the Consumer Credit Protection Act. The federal agency that administers our compliance with these federal laws is the Federal Trade Commission, Equal Credit Opportunity, Washington, DC, 20580.
Gesa Credit Union is a licensed mortgage lender in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
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Mortgage Interest Rate
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Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
This is an insurance policy lenders require of borrowers who put down less than 20% of the home price to protect the lender against borrower default.
Lenders require that borrowers purchase homeowners insurance, also known as hazard insurance, to protect your property and personal possessions from certain types of crime and weather-related damage.
Homeowners Association Dues
It is common for condominium and townhome owners to owe association dues to cover building amenities, maintenance, and improvements.
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It Started in a Shoebox
From modest beginnings in 1953, Gesa Credit Union has grown from a part-time office operating out of a shoebox to the fifth largest credit union in Washington state, serving over 150,000 members around the world. Gesa Credit Union has a rich history of providing financial services to Eastern Washington; its spirit still reflects the early-day motto, "people helping people."
Since 1996, when Gesa became a community-chartered credit union and opened its field of membership to everyone in Washington, the credit union experienced explosive growth. Consumers have discovered the value of banking with a not-for-profit cooperative. Gesa now has sixteen Member Service Centers (MSCs) and one Loan Center in six counties, but continues to show a commitment to its roots. People in our communities have made Gesa what it is today, and we don't take that loyalty for granted. Those members affirm our motto, "It's not where you bank. It's where you belong."
What Does the Future Hold For Gesa?
Gesa continues to add services and products that are convenient, economical and desirable for our growing communities. Increased electronic services, multilingual access, and support for convenient member services is a priority for Gesa now and in the future.
Whatever the future may hold, the goal of the board, management, and staff will be the same: to bring quality, economical financial services to Gesa members, wherever they may live.