FlexLoan + Line of Credit
choose for you.
With a FlexLoan or a Flex Line of Credit, you choose your own terms. You can use it to lock in a fixed interest rate on one or more portions of a variable-rate loan, or consolidate high-interest debt into one monthly payment. As a a revolving loan, it also lets you borrow and repay as many times as you like.
Borrow up to $350,000 on your primary residence, with a loan-to-value max of 100%
Fixed + Variable Rate
Convert all or part of your variable-rate home equity into multiple fixed-rate loans
A revolving, open-ended loan that lets you borrow funds, repay and borrow again
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APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Rates are based on as low as the Prime Rate minus 0.25%. Rate is also affected by your credit history and profile and, like terms, are subject to change without notice. For FlexLoan segments, which can be exercised up to 5 times, a portion of your balance will have a fixed rate. Minimum amount for each option is $5,000. The FlexLoan Line of Credit is a variable rate with a 15-year draw period. The total maximum line of credit amount for the loan is $350,000 up to 100% LTV on primary residence. Using the Line of Credit option at a variable rate, if you made only the minimum monthly payment and took no other credit advances it would take 13 years to pay off a credit advance of $10,000 at 5.75% APR. During that period, you would make 60 payments of $73.49 to $100.00 followed by 95 payments of $95.21 and one (1) final payment of $94.43. For the fixed rate option, if you took no other credit advances it would take 10 years to pay off a credit advance of $10,000 at 7.74% APR. During that period, you would make 119 payments of $120.00 and one (1) final payment of $118.33. Appraisals are required on loan amounts of $100,000 or greater. Closings costs are paid up to $500. There is no annual fee or prepayment penalty fee. Homeowner’s insurance and, if applicable, flood insurance is required. Interest may be tax deductible; consult tax advisor for details.