What's a Fixed-Rate Equity Loan?
A fixed-rate equity loan is a lump sum amount that you draw from your equity. You'll pay it back at a fixed interest rate for the life of the loan with monthly payments, so you'll know exactly what to expect. It's a great option if you need money for a one-time expense!
Common Uses of Fixed-Rate Equity Loans
Home Improvements and Repairs
Home Equity Resources
How to Apply for a Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit (HELOC)
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Some restrictions may apply. The maximum CLTV for primary and second home properties is 100%. Factors that may impact the amount of equity that can be borrowed include evaluation of credit history, CLTV ratio, occupancy, loan amount, and loan term (5, 10, 15, 20 years).↵
Rates are as low as 6.640% APR and are based on an evaluation of credit history, CLTV (combined loan-to-value) ratio, loan amount and occupancy, so your rate may differ. For loan amounts of up to $250,000, closing costs that members must pay typically range between $300 and $2,000. The closing costs depend on the location of the property, property type, and the amount of the Equity loan. Rates are subject to change—information provided does not constitute a loan commitment.
A sample Fixed-Rate Equity Loan monthly payment based on $100,000 at 7.650% APR for 20 years is $814.79. Taxes and insurance not included; therefore, the actual payment obligation will be greater.
Fixed-Rate Equity Loans are available for primary residences and second homes. Primary residences are owner-occupied, principal residences only. Second home properties must be owner-occupied at some point during the year.
All loans for amounts less than $25,000 require a 1.00% increase in APR.
Second home loans require a 1.00% increase in APR and may be subject to other restrictions.
You must carry homeowners insurance on the property that secures this plan.↵