From a home mortgage to a personal loan, borrowing has never been easier
Excited to take your next leap ahead in life? Whether your dream is to finance a new home, purchase a vehicle or earn a college degree, Navigator has the solutions to get you where you want to go.
At Navigator, you will benefit with access to lower rates and more flexible options than are available at most other financial institutions. And, we make getting a loan quick and hassle-free, too, with our streamlined loan approval process. Best of all, we listen to you and create a plan that’s tailored to your needs.
Learn more about our many loan options by simply clicking on the links below.
Home Loans. First Mortgages, Second Mortgages, TurnKEY Mortgage, Home Equity Lines of Credit and Mortgage Refinancing. We guide you through the homebuying process and provide sensible ways to help you make the most of your investment as your home equity grows.
Auto and other Vehicle Loans. Navigator offers new and used auto, truck, motorcycle and ATV loans, along with boat and RV loans. You’ll get on your way fast with our low rates and flexible repayment terms. Protect yourself with a vehicle history report by using our CARFAX® link.
VISA® Credit Cards. The ultimate in convenience, a VISA® Card from Navigator helps you establish your credit – and save money, too, with our low fixed rates and no annual fee.
Personal Loans. Navigator also offers a variety of personal loans to fit your needs including: Personal Loans, Lines of Credit, Asset Secured Loans, Insurance Loans and Overdraft Loans. Whether you’re looking to borrow a lump sum that you can pay back in installments, or seek the peace of mind that a line of credit offers, we’ll develop a package with terms that meet your needs. Both secured and unsecured loans are available. A debt consolidation loan or student loan consolidation can help you merge multiple loans into one monthly payment with a lower rate.
Loan Rates. As a credit union member, you get more purchasing power, thanks to lower rates and better terms than you’d find at most other financial institutions.