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At United Community Bank, we believe in combining top-of-the-line financial solutions for our customers. Our industry-leading experts and full suite of digital banking services are here to give you the tools you need to meet your financial goals.
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Buying your first home doesn't have to be scary. We'll be here with you every step of the way. From determining how much you can afford to finding the right program for your unique needs, our loan officers will guide your every step to your new front door.

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Financial Goals for the New Year

The new year is the perfect time to reassess your budgets and financial habits and make new goals for yourself. Whether it’s improving your budgeting, saving a little bit more, or getting started with investing, achieving your financial goals will make so many other goals possible—the next family vacation, higher education, paying for a wedding, or whatever you’re hoping the next few years will hold.
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What does a new conforming loan limit mean for you?

By United Community Mortgage Services

Well, that depends on a few things. It may mean you have additional buying power, or that it could make sense to refinance your current home loan. But before we get into how you could be affected by the 2023 conforming loan limit, let’s talk more about exactly what it is.
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Shopping safely online

In the US alone, there are 2.1 million online retailers. It can be overwhelming to decide what to buy, much less to distinguish what retailers you can trust. But shopping online is a great way to avoid the crowds, browse for Christmas presents, and update your cold-weather wardrobe without leaving the warmth of your home—and you can do it safely. Check out the following steps you can take to protect yourself and your money online.
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1This is not a commitment to lend. Normal credit criteria apply. A prequalification generally means that we will pull your credit and collect some basic financial information from you (such as debt, income and assets) in order to give you a ballpark estimate of how much house you can afford. A prequalification is based on certain assumptions and it is not a guarantee to lend as there is a lot more information needed to actually approve you for a loan.