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We want to help create and maintain employment opportunities in your rural communities to improve the local economic and environmental climate for everyone who calls your town home. Let’s do it together.

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Frayne Bentley

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact if I have questions about my business loan?

Stop by one of our locations near you to speak with a loan officer.

If you'd like to speak with one of our customer support representatives, please call us at 1-800-UCBANK1 (1-800-822-2651).

I’m switching my hazard insurance to a different company. What do I do?

You need to let us know as soon as possible by fax or mail at the address below that you’ve changed insurance companies.  Please include your name, address and loan number, along with the new policy information.

Mail:
United Community Bank
ISAOA/ATIMA
P O Box 7092
Troy, MI 48007-7092 

Fax: 1-248-710-1630

You may also submit your insurance policy online at http://www.expressinsuranceinfo.com/3076927

Please ensure that the mortgagee clause on the new policy matches the name and address above. 

What number do I call if I have a question about my insurance?

Please call our Insurance Department at 1-888-801-6590 for questions about an insurance notice or if you change insurance providers.

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Learning Center

Planning for retirement—how much money will you need?

While retirement may seem like an event in the distant future, now’s the time to nurture your nest egg so you can enjoy a more financially secure life later on.
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Five ways to make your offer stand out.

By United Community Mortgage Services

If you’re shopping for a home right now, that might be a phrase you’re (unfortunately) getting used to hearing. With listing inventory low in many markets, homebuyers are running into a lot of competition. And that means you might find yourself in multiple offer situations time and time again.
 
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Financial literacy broken down into 5 components.

According to the Financial Literacy and Education Commission, financial literacy is “the ability to use knowledge and skills to manage resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being.” If that felt like a mouthful, an easier way of understanding financial literacy is to break it down into these five components.
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