June 3, 2022 – Downey, CA – Financial Partners Credit Union, serving 86,000 members in California, has once again been recognized as the leading mortgage lender in the state among the nearly 300 credit unions with up to $5 billion in assets. In a report released by the American Credit Union Mortgage Association (ACUMA), Financial Partners also ranked #2 among the nearly 5,000 credit unions in the United States in the same category.
"Buying a home has become more competitive than ever, especially in California. Buyers need to have confidence that their lender can get their mortgage closed efficiently,” said Nader Moghaddam, President and CEO of Financial Partners Credit Union. “Our unparalleled service combined with competitive rates ensures anyone buying a new home can go from making an offer to closing without stress. As this ranking by ACUMA demonstrates, Californians trust Financial Partners more than any other credit union of our size when it comes to getting a home loan."
In 2021, Financial Partners was able to help nearly 1,600 members secure home loans --helping them to lower their monthly mortgage payment, allowing them to pay-off their loan sooner, or getting them into their dream home.
To continue offering products that help make the dream of homeownership a reality, Financial Partners will be introducing a 100% home loan, which does not require a down payment, in Q2 of 2022.
"Our mission is to help members and their families build stronger financial futures," continued Moghaddam. "By continuing to lead with impeccable service and innovative products, we look forward to being California's preferred mortgage lender for years to come."
About Financial Partners Credit Union
Member-owned and not for profit, Financial Partners Credit Union is dedicated to helping Californians build better financial futures.. With $2 billion in assets and branches from San Francisco to San Diego, including three new branches in Mission Viejo, Irvine, and Seal Beach, membership is open to everyone who lives, works, or goes to school in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, or San Diego Counties; in addition to the City of South San Francisco and Alameda, California. Visit FPCU.org or call 844.TRY.FPCU for details.