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Home Equity Loans

Your Home's Value, Your Financial Advantage

When unexpected expenses arise or major life events demand financial support, a home equity loan becomes a lifeline. It allows homeowners to tap into the built-up value of their homes, providing access to funds for home improvements, debt consolidation, education expenses, or any other significant financial need.

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How can I use my Home Equity Loan? 

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Debt Consolidation

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Home Improvement

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Unexpected Expenses 

College Costs

Rates Effective: February 8, 2024 . All rates quoted are Annual Percentage Rates (APR). Rates subject to change. With approved credit.
Loan Terms Interest Rate
60 months As low as 7.35% APR
120 months As low as 7.55% APR
180 months As low as 7.75% APR
240 months As low as 7.95% APR

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Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)

ARM loans with terms of 3, 5, 7 and 10 years. ARMs allow borrowers to take advantage of falling interest rates without refinancing, however they should always prepare for rates to increase as well.

Fixed-Rate Mortgage

A fixed-rate mortgage provides the borrower peace of mind knowing their monthly payment will be the same for the life of the loan. We offer 10, 15 and 20, and 30 year fixed-rate loans and the interest rate will always remain the same.

Construction Loans

Our construction financing program features a 12 month term to build the home, with 4 draws throughout the process. Upon maturity, the balance of the loan will need to be refinanced into a 15, 20 or 30 year fixed-rate mortgage.

Federal Housing Administration (FHA)

The FHA loan is a great program for homebuyers that may not have exceptional credit, or are looking for a low down payment option with affordable terms. 

Jumbo Loans

A Jumbo loan allows you to purchase a home with an amount that would traditionally exceed the limits of conventional financing. Luxury homes and multi-unit properties are among those financed with a Jumbo loan.
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Which loan program is right for you? The answer to that question comes together when our experience meets your goals and unique financing needs. Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with all of our mortgage solutions.

Home improvement with a personal loan?

Our Projects Plus Home Loan is classified as a personal loan, making it a simple lending process on both borrower and lender. Finally get that pool, invest in solar panels, or start those improvements. 

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Refinance your auto loan as low as 5.99% APR*

Now is the perfect time to lock in a low rate on a new car purchase or refinance.

Frequently Asked Questions

A home equity loan, also known as a second mortgage, is a type of loan that allows homeowners to borrow against the equity they've built up in their homes. It's a fixed-rate loan with a lump sum payout, and the equity in your home serves as collateral.
While both use home equity as collateral, a home equity loan provides a lump sum with a fixed interest rate, ideal for one-time expenses. A HELOC, on the other hand, functions more like a credit card with a revolving line of credit, allowing you to borrow and repay as needed.
Yes, we understand that saving for a down payment can be difficult, that's why we offer multiple loan programs that feature low down payment or no down payment requirements!

To get started, you can reach out to your lender. Be prepared to provide information about your home, income, credit history, and other relevant financial details.

Generally, an escrow account refers to the funds a borrower pays to a lender along with their principal and interest payments for the payment of real estate taxes and hazard insurance. This is also referred to as impounds. The money is held in an account to ensure it is available to the lender when payments are due. 

Licensing Information
Kenny Cooper: NMLS# 774640 Jacqueline Montanez: NMLS# 2239073 | Olivia Cortez: NMLS# 1846647
Cameron Smith: NMLS: 2418498 | Georgia Gasparek: NMLS: 2396022 | Tameka Martin: NMLS: 2245265 
Neighborhood CU: NMLS# 403562