The separate goals of providing an education for the next generation and saving for retirement are both high-cost investments for many people. In this blog, we will help you better understand how to plan for these two major milestones.Read More
This week’s employee spotlight is Elizabeth Jansen, Mortgage Loan Originator at the NW 27th and Vaughn branch. Elizabeth joined the OnPoint Mortgage team in 2014 and has more than 25 years in banking experience. She brings a high level of energy and professionalism to the team and we’re grateful to have her here helping our members achieve their dream of homeownership. Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
The separate goals of providing an education for the next generation and saving for retirement are both high-cost investments for many people. In this blog, we will help you better understand how to plan for these two major milestones.
This week’s employee spotlight is Jessica Stewart, Teller Coordinator at the new Fremont & Williams branch. In 2016, Jessica joined OnPoint as a Teller at the Lloyd Center branch. We’re excited to have her as a part of our new branch team! Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint.
The best way to prepare for the unexpected is to future-proof your finances so you can handle whatever comes your way. Here are a few good places to start.
This week’s employee spotlight is Richard Masotto, Assistant Branch Manager at our recently opened Fremont and Williams branch. "Richie" joined OnPoint as a Teller in 2011. He has served members as a Member Services Representative, Member Relationship Officer, Teller Coordinator, Branch Operation Supervisor and an Assistant Branch Manager at two different locations. Here is what he had to share about his life and experiences at OnPoint.
Preparing for your baby's arrival requires a lot of forethought and planning. Childhood expenses aren't always predictable, but most parents will agree on one thing: children are expensive; taking some time to review your unique situation will help you create a more detailed plan. Before the big arrival, try to complete these five important tasks.
This week’s employee spotlight is Francesca “Frankie” James, who started as a Teller and recently celebrated her one-year anniversary with OnPoint. Frankie completed OnPoint’s Accelerated Platform Training Program and is now a Member Service Representative at the 205 Place branch. Here is what she had to share about her life and experiences at OnPoint:
Selecting the right mortgage option can be difficult for homebuyers—even if they've been through the process before. But it doesn’t have to be. Here, we'll answer three questions many buyers have when exploring the purchase of a new home.
This week’s employee spotlight is Jonathan Enriquez, joined OnPoint as a Teller in 2017 and was recently promoted to a Member Service Representative at the Lloyd Center branch after successfully completing OnPoint's Advanced Placement Training Program. Here is what Jonathan had to share about his life and experiences at OnPoint.
After weeks of touring potential homes, evaluating neighborhoods and making your purchase, you're finally a new homeowner. Before you start changing wall colors and hanging your family portrait, first you'll need to take care of a few important tasks. Here's your just-bought-a-home checklist to guide you through the next steps: