A Members 1st Home Equity Line of Credit gives homeowners an easy and affordable way to access cash and accomplish more utilizing their home’s equity. Home Equity loans allow you to borrow against the equity in your home. You can draw funds from your line of credit as needed for whatever purpose you like.
1.99% APR Introductory Rate for 6 MonthsPut your home's equity to work with a special 1.99% APR* Introductory rate for 6 months on variable rate Home Equity Lines of Credit from Members 1st.
Drawable FundsMake as many draws at any amount from your line of credit and only pay interest on the overall amount drawn.
No lender origination feesMembers 1st does not charge origination fees for Home Equity Loans, which helps minimize your out-of-pocket expenses.
No Appraisal or Title FeesMembers 1st does not charge appraisal or title fees, which makes our Home Equity Loans affordable with little to no upfront costs.2
Flexible Rates and TermsFixed or variable rate options with terms up to 20 years allows you to decide the right monthly payment for your budget.
Easy ApplicationComplete your application and submit any necessary documentation entirely online without having to visit a branch.
With a HELOC, you’re using the available equity in your home and then borrowing against it. Your house is used as collateral for the line of credit. As you repay your outstanding balance, the amount of available credit is replenished, much like a credit card. This means you can borrow against it more than once if you need to, and you can borrow as little or as much as you need throughout your draw period (typically 10 years) up to the credit limit you establish at closing. At the end of the draw period, the repayment period (typically 20 years) begins.
A HELOC can be used for a variety of things. It can be a great way to invest in your home to increase value such as building an extra room, upgrading or rennovations. Other options include, paying off higher interest debt or even college tuition. The interest rate is often much lower since this is considered a secured loan.
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1. Line of Credit must remain open for the first 12 months to avoid pre-payment penalties.
2. Low repayment plan based on 360-month repayment duration while in draw period. After the draw period, the payment transitions to revised repayment duration based on the repayment plan for your loan.
3. Consult your tax advisor. Members 1st Credit Union does not provide tax advice.
4.*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Financing amount is $20,000–$300,000 at 80% loan-to-value. The introductory rate is 1.99% fixed APR for 6 months. Thereafter, the prevailing APR will be applied to the outstanding balance. Variable rates are subject to change based on the monthly average rate of the 6-month Treasury-Bill. The APR cannot increase more than 6% above the initial rate that would have been in effect without the discount. Limited time offer and subject to change. Available for variable rate HELOCs only. Members 1st utilizes drive-by and computer appraisals for valuations. Members have the option of purchasing their own full appraisal. Low repayment plan based on 360-month repayment duration while in draw period. After the draw period, the payment transitions to revised repayment duration based on the repayment plan for your loan.
This page contains disclosures that have been provided for your information. Please print or retain a copy for your own records. Members 1st Credit Union will acquire a security interest in your dwelling. The loss of the dwelling may occur in the event of default. Under certain conditions, Members 1st Credit Union may terminate the plan and require payment of the outstanding balance in full in a single payment and impose fees upon termination; prohibit additional extensions of credit or reduce the credit limit; and, as specified in the initial agreement, implement certain changes in the plan. You may receive, upon request, information about the conditions under which such actions may occur.