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PLYMOUTH, Minn. (Dec. 23, 2020) - TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union, the TruStone Financial Foundation and TruStone Home Mortgage recently donated nearly 1,000 toys and $1,750 to charity for the holidays. Donations of new, unwrapped toys as well as cash were gathered at the credit union’s branches and corporate center in Plymouth, MN. Donations collected in Minnesota were given to […] Read More »
10.16.20Fall Home Maintenance Checklist
Winter will be underway before we know it, and now is the time to prep your home for the cold and take care of any upkeep you've been putting off. While the temperatures are still mild, make sure to check these items off your home maintenance list.
Gutters and Drains
Clean out […] Read More »
TruStone Home Mortgage has helped teachers across the nation fund more than $22,000 in classroom projects and needs!
In partnership with Arch Mortgage Insurance Company, TruStone Home Mortgage provides opportunities for teachers to receive funding they need to improve their students' learning experiences. Teachers list their specific needs at DonorsChoose.org, a […] Read More »
1.29.20How to Sell Your House
Selling your house might seem like an intimidating process if you've never done it before. Even for those with experience, you might have concerns about how well you can leverage your house's curb appeal. We understand—you want to make sure you get a fair return on your investment.
Breaking the process up step by step is one way to feel more confident. Read […] Read More »
PLYMOUTH, Minn. (Jan. 15, 2020) — TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union, the TruStone Financial Foundation and TruStone Home Mortgage recently donated nearly 750 toys and a check for $2,133 to Toys for Tots. Donations of new, unwrapped toys were gathered at the credit […] Read More »
If you're looking to purchase a home with a down-payment lower than 5%, you have more options than ever—and that's great! But it can make your decision a little harder. In the past, if you were putting down less than 5%, you would have to get an FHA loan or a […] Read More »