My Point of View – 2nd Quarter 2018

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After almost 30 years of being an employee of SouthPoint, I still get excited to see members and staff preparing for Spring. For our staff, we attended several events from farm shows to home shows in our communities. We hope you had an opportunity to stop by our booth, enjoy some popcorn and ask questions of our staff.

Home Buying

Spring and home buying season are synonymous in Minnesota. Mortgage lending is a key part of SouthPoint and we have experts in our branch locations and in our support center that are eager to assist you. For those who enjoy a more electronic experience, consider getting mortgage preapprovals through our online and mobile channels. Visit our home lending center to meet our home lending team, see the home buying process, run through payment scenarios and then get started. You can also stop into any of our 6 branch locations at anytime or give us a call at 877-794-6712.

Mobile Banking

While using your mobile device to see all that SouthPoint has to offer, pay special attention to our newest mobile services, CardValet and Money Management. CardValet is a mobile app that gives you control over your SouthPoint debit and credit card.  Money Management is a new feature within mobile banking that gives you the ability to view your accounts with SouthPoint and other financial institutions. This gives you a 360 degree view of your deposit, loan and investment portfolios.  It’s a great tool to simply your life & to assist with achieving your financial goals.

Spring is here! Use your membership at SouthPoint to the fullest by allowing us to privilege of assisting with your changing financial needs.

Thank you for being a member/owner.

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