myCUmortgage, a credit union service organization, announced that it has formed partnerships with four credit unions, giving them access to the CUSO’s various mortgage lending programs.
The new credit union partners are:
- Central Susquehanna Community Federal Credit Union ($25 million assets; based in Danville, Pa.)
- Crane Credit Union ($529 million; Odon, Ind.)
- G.H.S. Federal Credit Union ($44 million; Greenville, S.C.)
- Towns-Union Educators' Federal Credit Union ($2.5 million; Young Harris, Ga.)
myCUmortgage is itself a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wright-Patt Credit Union, a $3.6 billion institution based in Beavercreek, Ohio.
Robert Sadowski, a marketing specialist at myCUmortgage, told Credit Union Journal that the company now has nearly 200 credit union partners from across the continental U.S.
Tim Mislansky, president of myCUmortgage and SVP/chief lending officer at Wright-Patt CU, said in a statement that the CUSO was eager to welcome the new partners "to the myCUmortgage family."
"We don't take our partnerships with credit unions lightly," said Mislansky. “What these four new partners will soon realize is our relentless pursuit of building strong relationships with their teams and providing the level of service that the credit unions and their members expect and deserve.”