Here is a very important fact you will want to bear in mind if you or a family member are travelling outside of the United States – even if it’s “just” to Canada or Europe: Due to international financial fraud, U.S. banks (including Canton Co-operative) have turned off debit chip cards for transactions outside the United States.
Most homeowners think it’s going to be pretty easy to qualify for a home equity line of credit – and generally it is. You already have a home. You probably already have qualified for a mortgage. As long as you have equity in your home and you have maintained your credit rating/scores, you should expect to be approved for a home equity line.
Apparently Canton Co-operative’s annual Shred Day is on people’s calendars now. Many people who were here on April 21st for our 3rd Annual free community Shred Day told us they appreciated the opportunity to be able to safely get rid of old papers and documents. Some said they had actually waited for Shred Day to come around again. It definitely is a very popular annual event.
At Canton Co-operative, we were very lucky in our founders. Men and women who were devoted to the town of Canton and to the idea that people need a safe place to save and a fair place to borrow.
Basically they believed it was vitally important for a hometown like Canton to have a hometown bank. That was in 1891.
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank is sponsoring a free 90-minute Info Session on Saturday, May 5th from 10AM to 11:30AM at the Bank’s offices at 671 Washington Street in Canton Center. First-time homebuyers are invited to attend to get objective answers to all of their questions about mortgages, buying in this market, protecting themselves legally and more.
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank will be sponsoring its 3rd annual free community Shred Day on Saturday, April 21st, from 9AM until noon (rain or shine) in the parking lot at the Bank’s Main Office, 671 Washington Street in Canton Center.
A few weeks ago, I came across a particularly annoying click-bait pop-up ad from a well-known online lender. “Do the math (the banks wish you wouldn’t do),” their advertisement said.