Mortgage Loans from Peninsula Federal Credit Union

For most people, buying a home is one of the largest purchases they'll ever make. Go with someone you trust. At Peninsula Federal Credit Union, we offer a variety of financing options on mortgages. You can also put your home to work for you with a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC).

Peninsula Federal Credit Union Mortgage Product Options

10, 15 and 20 year Fixed 1st Mortgages
3, 5 or 7 year Balloon products, amortize up to 30 years

To apply, please see a Loan Officer at one of our three convenient locations in Escanaba and Menominee 

Freddie/Fannie -VA- USDA options below

We have partnered with QRL Financial Services (NMLS ID# 408902) to bring you an expanded line of Mortgage Products. Which loan is right for you? The answer to that question comes together when our experience meets your goals and wishes. Learn more

We have also partnered with CU Members Mortgage (NMLS ID# 401285) to offer even more choices for our members. Learn more

Additional Product Options through QRL Financial Services:

  • 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage
  • FHA
  • FNMA
  • VA Mortgage

Additional Product Options through CU Members Mortgage:

  • 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage
  • FHA
  • FNMA
  • Rural Development Mortgage
  • VA Mortgage

Peninsula Federal Credit Union NMLS ID# 445245

Cheryl Comeaux, Mortgage/Business Services Specialist NMLS ID# 476848

Michelle Winkelbauer, Mortgage Services/Secondary Lending Lead NMLS ID# 476856

Sandra Johnson, Mortgage Loan Officer NMLS ID# 1630488

Brooke Bowden, Loan Officer  NMLS ID#  1474826

Shara Lueneburg, Loan Officer NMLS ID# 1697843

Jennie Gylock, Loan Officer NMLS ID# 1698819

Traci Pinar, Loan Officer NMLS ID# 1699907

For more information, contact our Loan Department: | Phone 906-789-6400 or 888-791-6420


Equal Housing Lender National Credit Union Administration
Federally insured by NCUA

We do business in accordance with the Fair Housing Law and Equal Opportunity Credit Act

Federally insured by NCUA. We do business in accordance with the Fair Housing Law and Equal Opportunity Credit Act