Upcoming Mortgage Seminars

Our mortgage seminars are hosted by our mortgage team and trusted local real estate agents to answer your questions about searching for homes, types of loans available, and the steps involved in buying or selling a home.

All events are offered at no charge and are open to the public, including non-members.


Home Buying & Selling

  • Connect with our mortgage lending team and local real estate agents
  • Learn about and enroll in the HomeAdvantage™ program to get search tools, find an agent, and get cash rewards* when you use an agent in our network
  • Learn about Signal’s mortgage lending programs and which type of mortgage might best fit your needs
  • Get preapproved for a mortgage

Light refreshments will be served

 

Several sessions available:

 

April 26

CITYCENTER Branch

5 to 7 pm
Please register before the event: ezamanuel@signalfinancialfcu.org

 

May 17

KENSINGTON Branch

5 to 7 pm
Please register before the event: myescas@signalfinancialfcu.org

 

May 22

LARGO Branch

5 to 7 pm
Please register before the event: rpatrick@signalfinancialfcu.org

 

June 7

CAPITOL HILL Branch

5 to 7 pm
Please register before the event: dtaylor@signalfinancialfcu.org

 

Please call Walter Sciolli at 301-933-9100, ext. 245 for more information about mortgage seminars at Signal.


*The HomeAdvantage program is made available to you through a relationship between Signal Financial Federal Credit Union and CU Realty Services. Program Cash Rewards are awarded by CU Realty Services to buyers and sellers who select and use a real estate agent in the HomeAdvantage network. Home buyers or sellers are not eligible for Cash Rewards if they use an agent outside this network. Using Signal Financial Federal Credit Union for a mortgage is not a requirement to earn Cash Rewards. Cash Rewards amounts are dependent on the commissions paid to the agent. Signal Financial Federal Credit Union may have specific rules on how your Cash Rewards will be paid out. Cash Rewards incentives are available in most states; however, are void where prohibited by law or by the lender. Please consult with your credit union to get details that may affect you.