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CJ Bush




CJ Bush, AVP Lending, Service One Credit Union, has spent 17 years in Mortgage Origination, Processing and Underwriting and Loan Operations. He has achieved the Accredited Mortgage Professional designation from the Mortgage Bankers Association.

He says that Service One is unique because it is centered around its members and helping make their financial dreams come true. “We work with our members in a one-on-one basis to determine the best products to fit their needs,” he says.

CJ recognizes Bowling Green as a rapidly changing city. “It provides immense opportunities for everyone, but still maintains the small community aspects,” he says. His number one financial advice is to pay attention to your credit score. “It’s more important than you think. Make sure you are doing things to keep that score as high as possible. Your credit score and credit history go a long way when applying for loans.”

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