What is Home Title Theft?

What is Home Title Theft?

Purchasing a home is a big decision. For most people, it’s the biggest purchase they will make in their lifetime. Plus, a home is so much more than an asset. It’s where we live, raise our children, entertain friends, and feel the most secure and at peace. It’s easy to understand why people would want… Read more »

Lifestyle Creep

Beware of Lifestyle Creep

Lifestyle creep, or lifestyle inflation, happens to the best of us. As your standard of living improves, your non-essential discretionary purchases gradually increase. You might even start to think your “wants” are “needs.” Some creep is natural and to be expected, but excessive creep can derail your finances. In extreme cases, lifestyle creep forces you… Read more »

Comparison

Singing the Comparison Blues is the Theft of Joy (and Your Savings)

Do you use others for the barometer of what you should have or deserve to have? Constant exposure to your friends’ vacations, experiences, dining out, luxury purchases, new cars, and house upgrades on social media amplifies “FOMO (fear of missing out)” and the desire to “keep up with the Jones’s.” Overtime, the idea of what’s… Read more »

I'm a Credit Union Saver

I’m a Credit Union Saver — Youth Activity & Coloring Book

Download I’m a Credit Union Saver, a fun activity book filled with coloring pages, puzzles, and more!  I’m a Credit Union Saver is an introduction to credit unions and saving money. Check out more fun online tools to teach kids about money. 

Indicators

High-Frequency Indicators: Where to Look for Signs of Recovery

ASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER Since the pandemic began, disruptions in business activity have varied greatly from region to region, and often from one week to the next, according to the severity of local COVID-19 outbreaks. Unfortunately, many of the official government statistics used to gauge the health of the U.S. economy are backward looking and… Read more »

Financial Literacy for Kids

Financial Literacy for Kids

Practical money management skills learned at an early age can have a lasting impact on the rest of your child’s life. In fact, this is one of the most important areas where you can truly change the course of their life. Educating your children about financial wellness will help them build healthy spending habits for… Read more »

Member XP Best of

SESLOC Recognized Nationally for Superior Member Service

SESLOC has been recognized as a leading credit union that consistently provides exceptional levels of member service by MemberXP, a member experience solution from CU Solutions Group. The coveted Best of the Best award is given to credit unions that have consistently provided exceptional member service, as reported by their own members. Only the highest-performing… Read more »

Remote

6 Convenient Ways to Contact SESLOC Support

SESLOC offers 6 convenient ways to access the support you need to bank on your own terms: 1. NEW: Video Banking SESLOC is now offering Video Banking so you can “meet” face-to-face with a Member Services Representative from the comfort of your home, or on the go. Video Banking is available Monday through Friday, from… Read more »

Home refinance

Frequently Asked Questions About Mortgage Refinancing

Refinancing your mortgage might seem daunting, but a refi can lower your monthly payment or save you money with a better interest rate. We’re answering the most frequently asked questions about refinancing below, but if you’re ready to move forward or would like to explore your options, contact a SESLOC Mortgage Loan Officer for a… Read more »

Turtle & Tortoise Rescue

SESLOC Spotlight: Turtle and Tortoise Rescue of Arroyo Grande

SESLOC Spotlight highlights local organizations that make the Central Coast the best place to live. The Turtle and Tortoise Rescue of Arroyo Grande has rescued an estimated 5,000 turtles, tortoises, and other animals in need of a caring and protected home over the past 30 years. Jeff Dobbs explains how the nonprofit sanctuary supports animals… Read more »