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With Priority Pay at Space Coast Credit Union, you'll receive your direct deposits one day earlier! *Certain conditions apply.
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Auto Loan Refinances
GET ON THE ROAD WITH A BETTER RATE
An SCCU low-rate refinance auto loan can reduce your monthly car payment, saving you money each month. So start experiencing a more affordable car payment today. *Certain conditions apply.
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Construction Home Loans
LET'S BUILD YOUR HOME
Building your home should be exciting. Our easy and affordable construction loans ensure it stays that way.
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Auto Loans
as low as
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as low as
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Checking Accounts
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Credit Cards
as low as
9.24%
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News & Financial Tips
60-month vs 72-month Auto Loan Comparison (+ the Pros and Cons of Each)
If you feel like you’ve come to a fork in the road while deciding between a 60- or 72-month auto loan, you’ve come to the right place. We're covering the pros and cons of both in this post to help you make a final decision.
The Beginner's Guide to a Good Credit Score (& How to Get One)
When you want to borrow money—perhaps for a mortgage or a car loan—or to get approved for a credit card, lenders typically require a decent credit score. But, what is a good credit score, and how can you make sure you have one?
No Closing Costs Mortgages vs. Other Home Loan Options
If you’ve been thinking about applying for a home loan or refinancing, but you’re unsure you can afford closing costs and a down payment, a no closing costs mortgage may be right for you.