Lowest 1st Mortgage Loan Rates For All Arizona Credit Unions

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Compare The Best Credit Union 1st Mortgage Rates:

State         Type       
State Of
Credit Unions With The Lowest 1st mortgage Loan Rates In arizona
1st Mortgage
1 Oneaz Credit Union2.75%
2 Pima Federal Credit Union3.34%
3 A. E. A. Federal Credit Union3.50%
3 Aero Federal Credit Union3.50%
3 Truwest Credit Union3.50%
3 Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union3.50%
4 Pyramid Federal Credit Union3.98%
5 Arizona Federal Credit Union4.00%
5 Landings Credit Union4.00%
6 Desert Schools Federal Credit Union4.11%
7 First Credit Union4.12%
8 Tucson Federal Credit Union4.13%
9 Vantage West Credit Union4.13%

10 Credit Union West Credit Union4.25%
11 Marisol Federal Credit Union4.35%
12 Arizona Central Credit Union4.50%
12 Deer Valley Credit Union4.50%
13 American Southwest Credit Union4.52%
14 Altier Credit Union4.55%
15 Cochise Credit Union4.69%
16 Ray Federal Credit Union5.00%
16 First American Credit Union5.00%
17 Canyon State Credit Union5.13%
18 Pinal County Federal Credit Union5.16%
19 Sunwest Federal Credit Union5.99%
19 Southeastern Arizona Federal Credit Union5.99%
20 Rim Country Federal Credit Union6.20%
21 Alhambra Credit Union6.25%
22 Hughes Federal Credit Union6.75%
23 Prescott Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Em Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Shamrock Foods Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Apc Employees Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Coconino Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Winslow School Employees Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Banner Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Mohave Community Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 U-haul Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 Bashas' Associates Federal Credit UnionN/A
23 San Tan Credit UnionN/A
23 Jacl Credit UnionN/A
23 Winslow Santa Fe Credit UnionN/A
23 Southwest Health Care Credit UnionN/A

Please Note: The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) requires all Credit Unions Insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF)to file quarterly (5300) data reports. The information above comes from those reports. The deposit and loan rates shown are not the current rates for the Credit Unions shown. Some of these rates change on a daily basis and you must visit each Credit Unions website to get their current rates. The sole purpose of showing this data is to show the relative relationship of each Credit Unions rates versus the average rates of all Credit Unions at both the state and national levels at a specific point in time, quarter end. The data below is from quarter end 6/30/2017.