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REALTORS® Federal Credit Union members now have access to expanded financial and banking resources as a result of a merger with Northwest Federal Credit Union. Effective immediately, REALTORS® FCU members will be able to take advantage of NWFCU’s full suite of consumer and mortgage loan offerings, including student loans, vehicle loans, first mortgage loans, home equity loans, as well as business loans and business account products.

The merger with NWFCU will expand virtual access and will also allow in-person financial transactions at its seven branch offices as well as over 4,600 shared branch locations across the country. REALTORS® FCU will continue to serve its members as REALTORS® Federal Credit Union, a division of Northwest Federal Credit Union.

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