That’s one of the favorite sayings of Canton Co-operative’s Senior Vice-President & Chief Lending Officer Stan Taylor.
Stan always says it with a smile but it totally applies to the services we offer here at Canton Co-operative Bank. Especially to the very wide variety of loans and loan options available in the Lending Department.
Continue reading Small Business Saturday 2016 … “If we don’t have it, you don’t need it”
I recently met with a couple in their very early 70s who were starting to think about downsizing. Why? Basically, because they were under the impression that it was “what everyone did”, that it was “the right thing to do” and they wanted to be “prudent.” They were considering buying a condo and were wondering if it would be better to get a small mortgage or pay cash.
Continue reading Smart About Money: Why Leave The Home You Love?
I never thought I’d find myself writing those words. But as more news comes out about what Wells Fargo was doing to its customers, that’s the only way to describe them. Wells Fargo was a rogue bank.
Continue reading Smart About Money: Protecting yourself from a rogue bank
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank is sponsoring a free 90-minute Info Session on Saturday, October 8th from 10 to 11:30AM at the Bank’s offices at 671 Washington Street in Canton Center to give first-time homebuyers the chance to get objective answers to questions about mortgages, buying in this market, protecting themselves legally and more.
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A family came into the Bank to make a withdrawal from the savings account of their beloved mother, who had just died.
Continue reading Smart About Money: They did “everything right”. But it didn’t work out …
“They’re good for some people” – that’s how most columns about Reverse Mortgages start. Maybe that’s true. Maybe a Reverse Mortgage is perfect for someone in some very specific financial situation.
Continue reading Smart About Money: Reverse Mortgages Revisited – still a bad idea?