Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)
Could you use a low-interest line of credit that’s available when you need it?
Tap into your home equity to enjoy lower rates than most credit cards or personal loans, and only pay interest on the amount you use during the draw period. When the draw period ends, any outstanding amount withdrawn from your home equity line of credit (HELOC) will become a fixed rate loan, and you will make monthly principal and interest payments. HELOCs can help finish home renovations, or pay off higher-interest loans, credit cards, tuition, and more!
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Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) RatesApply Now
|Loan Type||Closing Costs||APR||Ex: Line Amount||Ex: Interest-only Monthly Payment (10-year draw)||Ex: Monthly Payment (15-year fixed rate)|
|Variable Line of Credit||0.00||9.250%||$100,000||$770.83 for 120 months||$1,029.19|
|Variable Line of Credit with promo rate for first 6 months||Paid by Customer||7.49% first 6 months; 9.250% months 7-120||$100,000||$624.17 for 12 months; $770.83 for 108 months||$1,029.19|
Interest Rates Effective: 09/21/2023
Example rates are based on a primary residence and borrower credit score of 700. Assumes the borrower has a first lien mortgage and the home equity line is a second lien on subject property. Closing costs paid by borrower and may range between $251 and $2,602. Variable rate may increase after closing, as it is determined by WSJ Prime + a margin with a minimum APR of 4.25% and a maximum APR of 18.00%. Max 80% LTV. Loan terms include a 10-year interest-only draw period and converts to a 15-year fixed rate term with P&I payments based on current interest rate in effect at time of conversion. APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is based on loan amount, interest rate, LTV and credit score. Example monthly payments quoted include principal and interest only. Actual payments may be higher if they include taxes and insurance. There is a $100 annual fee to maintain a Home Equity Line of Credit. Rate, terms, and fees are subject to change without notice. Subject to credit approval. Ask us about additional available loan programs.