Home Equity Loans
Home Equity Loans
Typically, the longer you own your home your home’s equity increases as your outstanding mortgage loan decreases. This is an asset you can borrow against while you still own the home.
We offer two types of Home Equity Loans. Not sure which one best fits your needs? Talk with one of our lenders to find what works best for your situation. Please contact us!
Home Equity Line of Credit
A variable rate Home Equity Line of Credit allows you to take periodic advances for eight years, with the balance being repaid over 12 years. The minimum for your first advance is $1,000 with subsequent advances of at least $500, up to your credit limit. In addition, there is no early repayment penalty.
Home Equity Loan
This is a closed-end loan with the full proceeds disbursed at closing with no additional advances. The rate is fixed so your payments don't change. Repayment terms are available in 5, 10, and 15 year terms. Plus, there is no penalty for early repayment.
For details on all rate options and other important disclosure information:
Take advantage of our suite of free educational resources so that you’re prepared to begin the mortgage process.
Browse Home Equity Education Center
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**Calculator provides general estimations only. Inconsistencies may occur with the use of the calculator and the outcomes are not credit guarantees. For specific payment and interest information, please contact us.
Insurance can help protect your financial security and credit rating by reducing financial burdens. Homeowner’s Insurance protects your home in case of damage. Any loan on your home (mortgage or home equity) will require homeowner’s insurance.
What is Homeowners Insurance?
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In addition to homeowner’s insurance, you may also want to consider revisiting your life insurance coverage. In the event of unexpected death, life insurance can be a significant relief to those you leave behind.