Your home’s been holding out on you! Tap into that hard-earned equity to fund almost anything.

6.99% APR Rate Home Equity Loan


*Annual Percentage Rate (APR) quoted is subject to change without notice. Subject to credit approval. New home equity loans only. Other restrictions may apply. 


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Home equity is the amount of your home that you actually own. You'll start off with a certain level of equity when you make your down payment to buy the home, then continue to build equity as you pay down your mortgage. You can also build equity over time as your home's value increases.

You can borrow against your home equity with a fixed rate home equity loan or a variable rate home equity line of credit (HELOC). Here are some of the most common ways homeowners leverage their equity:

  • Make home improvements or upgrades
  • Pay off or consolidate debt
  • Take a vacation
  • Fund a student loan
  • Pay for a wedding or celebration
  • Start a business

A fixed term second mortgage Home Equity Loan is different than a HELOC Loan in that you must take all the money you want when you open the loan. This loan is ideal for a large project or a one-time debt consolidation.

  • Lump Sum Payment
  • Fixed Interest Rate
  • Interest Tax Deductible*

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A second mortgage Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) is a variable rate line of credit with continual access to funds — much like a credit card. HELOC Loans are ideal for ongoing needs or projects with multiple expenses/invoices because of the flexible credit limit. It's as easy as writing a check or transferring money right into your checking account as costs arise.

  • Variable Interest Rate
  • Borrow as you Need
  • Interest Tax Deductible*

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There's money in your home, what will you do with it?

You can figure out how much equity you have in your home by subtracting the amount you owe on all loans secured by your house from its appraised value. Example: Sara owes $100,000 on her  mortgage, which is valued at $250,000. Her home equity is $150,000.

Home Value - Mortgage Balance = Equity

*Lenders typically loan a percentage of this amount.

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*Consult a tax advisor.