Home Equity Line of Credit
The flexibility to access cash when you need it
As a homeowner, you can use the equity in your home fund your projects, finance tuition, consolidate debt or just about anything. Plus, interest rates are typically lower than a standard credit card.
- Cash for any reason
- Ongoing access to available credit
- No closing costs
- No Appraisal Fees
- Low Rates
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What is a Home Equity Line of Credit ?
A Home Equity Line of Credit is much like a credit card or any other type of open-ended credit. You can borrow money as needed, up to the credit limit, for a period of five years. Your Home Equity Line of Credit is perfect for ongoing expenses and can be used for things like:
- Home renovations
- Educational costs
- Start-up business expenditures
- Medical expenses
- Unexpected expenses
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Rates are subject to change without notice. Annual Percentage Rate (APR) on approved credit. Rates are based on an evaluation of credit history and lien position. "As low as" rate assumes excellent credit history. Your rate may differ. Home Equity Line of Credit is a variable APR (Annual Percentage Rate) based on the value of an index plus a margin and is subject to increase. The index is the highest Prime Rate as published in the Money Rates section of The Wall Street Journal on the 15th of the month for the preceding three months and is subject to change monthly. The index is 3.25% as of 03/17/2020.
Your home equity line of credit rate may change on January 1 and July 1 as stated in your Mortgage Disclosure. The maximum rate that can be charged on a home equity line of credit is 17.99% APR. There are no application fees. Loans are subject to cost of origination, property appraisal, flood certification, recording fees, and title insurance, which generally range from $1,400 to $1,600. Borrower is responsible for homeowners insurance and, if required, flood insurance.
Please consult your tax advisor about the deductibility of interest.