Thank you to all our members who attended our 75th Annual General Meeting on Thursday, November 29!
Dundalk District Credit Union was formed in 1943
as a co-operative organization to serve the financial needs of the local community as a value-based and member-owned and focused financial institution.
If you have a co-worker, friend or neighbour that isn’t already a member of Dundalk District Credit Union, we hope you’ll ask them to talk to us about the personal service we offer.
Then they too can enjoy the benefits of not just being an account holder, but rather, a shareholder at a financial institution that is committed to its members and to the sustainable development of our local community.
The ATM bill payment option will no longer be available
effective April 25, 2018.
Bill payments can be made in either the Dundalk or Feversham location,
through online banking or by using the night depository.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Dundalk Credit Union now offers low down payment residential mortgages in an effort to make your home ownership dream a reality. In the past year a partnership was developed with Genworth Canada to enable Dundalk Credit Union to offer insured high ratio mortgages to home buyers. In Canada, mortgage insurance is required on mortgages with a down payment of 20 per cent or less. This insurance protects the credit union in case of borrower default.
Mortgage Insurance can help you achieve the dream of home ownership sooner by allowing you to purchase a home with a small down payment, and still benefit from the competitive interest rates that buyers, who have more savings to use as a down payment on a home, enjoy. Mortgage insurance premiums are based on the amount of the mortgage. Our mortgage lenders will be happy to answer your questions and help you get a mortgage that works for you.
Anyone who is interested in purchasing a box of fresh fruits and vegetables value priced at $20.00 can place their order at the Dundalk Credit Union in advance. Good Food Boxes are available once a month to be picked up on the 4th Thursday of each month at the McIntyre Building, 20 Owen Sound Street, Dundalk between the hours of 9-10:30 a.m. For more information contact Gayle Milliner 519-923-5974 or Dorothy Frankland 519-923-9188. The program runs from September to June.