Are you ready to get summer started? To help inspire some summer fun, we are launching Summer Your Way—a three-month series of articles to help you make the most of your summer. Get helpful info on the hot housing market in the Pacific Northwest, find great summer adventures and prepare for the next school year at the same time!
Enter for your chance to have your photos featured on the Community Wall in our branch locations and a chance to receive a $15 Amazon.com gift card! The photo submission deadline is Tuesday, September 30. ...
Tukwila, Wash. — To recognize and honor BECU members and the local non-profits they support with either time or money, on May 1, 2014, BECU began asking members to nominate their favorite local non-profits to receive a $5,000 Community Benefit Award. All semi-finalists then had a chance to compete for an additional $5,000 People’s Choice Award that went to the non-profit organization that received the most popular votes during an open vote period on BECU’s Facebook page. In addition, one BECU member would also receive a $15,000 Member Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of their work and support with the non-profit they nominated.
It’s time for the Washington State Fair! This year we hope you join us for fun at The Fair and enjoy these exclusive discounts for BECU members. These discounts are for a limited time—hurry and get your tickets before August 31, 2014.
City Fruit works neighborhood by neighborhood to help residential tree owners grow healthy fruit, harvest and use what they can, and share what they don’t need. In addition to residential fruit tree harvests, the organization also stewards many Seattle “urban orchards.” Over 90% of the fruit that is harvested is donated to neighborhood food banks, meals programs, youth programs, and homeless shelters.
Everyone has different needs when it comes to their mortgage because of our individual financial and life circumstances. A 30 year fixed rate mortgage may be too much commitment if you plan on moving in the next 10 years. And, an adjustable rate mortgage that rate adjusts annually may not be the best fit for your financial planning.