It’s tax return season, and that means a lot of people will be shopping for that perfect car, truck, or SUV. If you’re among this group, Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union has you covered with great auto loan rates and a better car-buying experience with Autoland.
From the classic to the bizarre, downtown Seattle restaurants offer something for everyone. Here are favorite lunchtime spots.
Sometimes a dog just needs to get outside and run with its own kind. When your dog is sitting by the door and begging for a game of fetch, visit one of these seven highly-rated dog parks in Seattle for some fun and exercise.
Remodeling and renovating your home can make your home more enjoyable, and— if done right—increase your home’s value along the way. But not all renovations are created equal. While some projects can add significant value to your home, others can actually reduce the sale price. So what’s a homeowner to do?
As you do your spring cleaning, you may think of a new feature or two you’d like for your home. Although improvements can be expensive, thinking through the logistics and costs can give you a sense of the potential benefits too. Ideally, an improvement should boost your home’s value. In this regard, some changes are much more effective than others.
Who doesn’t love a good discount? Here are a few clever ways to uncover hidden savings and get the most for your hard-earned money, plus discounts with Sprint, Chevrolet, ADT, and more just for being a member of SMCU.
ECONorthwest, a firm specializing in evaluating public policies and investments, recently released a report measuring the economic impact of Northwest credit unions in their communities. In 2014, credit unions in Oregon and Washington had an economic impact of more than $6.8 billion. Washington’s 3.2 million credit union members alone received $249 million in direct benefits. These dollars went into members’ wallets, in the form of better...
In 2013, 34% of Washington residents volunteered, ranking us 9th in the country for Volunteering and Civic Engagement. Can you imagine what it would be like if 100% of residents volunteered? With just a few hours of your time each week, or even each month, you can help make our community a better place. Here is a list of organizations, organized by cause, where you can volunteer in the Seattle area.
“Seattle Original” is a celebration of people, places, and things that represent the authenticity, leadership, and passions that make Seattle such a great city. Dedication to photography and music makes Gathigi Gishuru of The Physics a Seattle Original.
SMCU members will soon be able to make payments with Apple Pay. Stay tuned for more information as we approach availability.