Home Equity Line of Credit
For those who need a flexible solution that allows access to money when you need it, covering ongoing expenses or a long-term project.
Home Equity Loan
For those who need a specific amount of money up-front to cover the cost of a specific project or purchase.
Great HELOC Rates
Put your home’s equity to work for you
Leverage the equity you’ve built up in your home with a versatile home equity line of credit (HELOC). Right now, you can lock in a rate of 6.99% APR* for 6 months, with a variable rate after 6 months of 9.00% APR to 12.50% APR.* A HELOC is great for whatever you need to fund: weddings, vacation, home improvements, and much more!
Ready to get started?
Quick and easy, with no collateral required.
We’re here for you when it’s time to upgrade or refinance your ride.
We’ll find the right loan for you to make that new house your home.
Use your home’s value to tackle a project or finance whatever’s next in your life.
Enjoy the comforts of home, on the road.
*Offer subject to credit approval. Introductory APR of 6.99% (daily periodic .019151%) effective for a 6-month period from the date account opened. Upon expiration of the 6-month period, rate will be variable equal to Wall Street Journal published Prime Rate (“index”) then in effect plus a margin. The index as of 7/27/2023 is 8.50%. Current margins range from .50% to 4.00% resulting in corresponding variable APRs up to 12.50% based on the current index. The variable rate may change monthly and is subject to minimum APR of 5.00% and a maximum APR of 16.00%. Fees to open the plan range from $230 to $980 and there is a $49 annual fee. You must also carry insurance on the property that secures this plan. The property that secures this plan must be owner-occupied. Consult your tax advisor on deductibility of your interest. For personal use only. Annual Percentage Rates are subject to change without notice. Member FDIC.
Subject to credit approval and may change at any time. Home equity loans and lines of credit may qualify for some tax deductions. Consult a tax advisor regarding deductibility of interest.