The Genworth Difference: Where Credit Union Expertise and Service Matter Most

Good to CU is about sharing our expertise, resources, and local market knowledge so you can serve your members with excellence. We're here to help support you and your members throughout their homeownership journey.

Solutions That Work for You:

Servicing Resources

During these challenging times, we're committed to doing everything we can to help meet your Servicing questions and needs. 

Peak Portfolio Guidelines

Better cater to your members with MI products made specifically for portfolio lending:

  • Meet members’ mortgage needs based on your area’s characteristics
  • Peak Portfolio includes high-LTV, ARM, construction-to-perm, and renovation loans 

Customer Consulting Services

Continuously improve your business operations for your members: 

  • Access our Customer Consulting team's problem-solving approaches both on the phone and on-site

Solve problems like high rates of loan defects and onboarding new technologies for your teams.

Training for Credit Unions

Get training courses on-demand or watch live all year round on tons of mortgage topics. Improve yourself and your team, all from the comfort of your desk.

Popular courses among credit unions include: 

Homebuyer Resources

Increase you members' financial literacy with our Homebuyer Education course which satisfies education requirements for Freddie Mac's HomeOneSM and Home Possible® programs

Also give members unique savings opportunities with our signature programs: 

Grow Your Pipeline with Our LO eBook

With all of the challenges you face today, you need a strong lead pipeline to keep prospects coming to you. Our eBook guide is chock full of tips and tricks you can implement today to strengthen your pipeline and maintain it successfully. Download it here.

Why Genworth?

Our Shared Commitment

Just as you are pledged to serving your community through expert financial services and community service, so is Genworth. Last year, Genworth MI employees volunteered 15,160 hours and that number grows each year.