Tuesday, April 16th at 5:30pm until 7:00pm
(sign in from 5:00pm to 5:30pm)
The Berry Center
8877 Barker Cypress Rd
Cypress, TX 77433
Annual Reports and Board of Directors Election
Refreshments and Chances for Attendees to Win Prizes
For those unable to attend, we will live stream the event on Facebook
Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union proudly announces a special dividend!
As a result of cost saving changes, improved efficiencies and consistently strong net worth, Cy-Fair FCU has paid out an additional dividend to the membership totaling over a quarter of a million dollars. Members will have received their share of the extra dividend in late March / early April added to their overall earned dividend. Individual payout amounts vary based on the deposit average each member maintains with Cy-Fair FCU.
Don’t forget, taxes should be filed by April 15th. If you’re receiving a tax refund this year, the best uses of that refund are to pare down dept and bulk up your savings. For instance, you can:
If you're trying to sell your house, boosting its curb appeal can help make—or break—a sale. Tackling outdoor projects may seem daunting but starting with these tasks can help make your yard look fresh and inviting.
A fresh layer of mulch provides visual contrast and makes foliage and flowers more eye-catching. Mulch also keeps water in the soil and provides nutrients as it breaks down, keeping your plants healthier all year long.
Seal decks and fences.
All outdoor woodwork needs protection from elements. Seal with stain. Paint requires first scraping and sanding every time you need to refresh the area. Invest in premium oil-based stain—it will soak into the wood and minimize prep work for your next coat. Purchase stain that contains UV (ultraviolet) blockers to prevent sun damage to the wood.
Before staining, use a wood cleaner and a soft-bristled brush to remove dirt and mildew, or use a power washer, which you can rent for about $50 to $100 per day.
Touch up paint.
Peeling paint makes your house look neglected and lets UV light damage wood siding—making more paint come off and leading to a more extensive, expensive project. It's tempting to skimp and buy cheaper paint ($17 to $22 a gallon). Instead, splurge and purchase a more expensive paint ($30 to $48 a gallon). The high-quality pigments and binders in top-of-the-line paint make it last five or more years longer than economy products. Use water-based paint—it's easier to use and more environmentally friendly than oil-based products. But purchase oil-based primer to make the paint stick better.
Keep a well-manicured lawn.
Make sure to mow and edge the lawn on a regular basis, trim hedges, and plant flowers. If your yard doesn't look well-maintained, buyers will assume your home isn't either and drive on by.
If you're looking for a new home while trying to sell your current one, Cy-Fair FCU can help with all your financing needs. Stop by or call us today.