How can CU Realty make helping you buy or sell a reality?

St. Paul Federal Credit Union is excited to offer our members a new service to better meet your needs.  We understand that home shopping and selling can be intimidating so we partnered with a credit union owned service organization, CU Companies, to deliver to you a trusted real estate brokerage. CU Realty is the division that has a competitive, efficient program for those members that need a realtorTM!

CU Realty was established in 1996 by local credit unions looking to provide their members a competitive home buying and selling solution. Real estate agents understand the marketplace, are expert negotiators, and serve as advocates for both buyers and sellers.

They can be indispensable, but why are the real estate agents at CU Realty so valuable? They serve with a credit union mindset, delivering personalized services with your best interest in mind. Differing from other realty companies, they offer credit union members a low 4.95 percent in an effort to bring our members savings. To build on that, their service goals are to educate, serve and exceed expectations. This means open communication, a faster sales process and a satisfaction that leaves you feeling great about the outcome!

CU Realty realtorsTM are regular people that work and live in your area, who understand the magnitude of these decisions and whose mission is to support you. They have the first-hand knowledge of recent sales in your area, as well as a keen understanding of the current market. With CU Realty you are in the great hands of someone with years of experience in the real estate industry.

This team of realtorsTM is able to serve you using top notch tools and systems. They have a marketing system that uses video tours and mobile tours that can be accessed on the internet at any time.

So whether you are buying or selling, or both, you can count on our preferred—and credit union owned-- realtorsTM to be your advocate and take care of you.

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