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Mortgage Loans

All mortgage programs are not the same, and it’s important to understand the differences. Whether you're buying your first home, making your next move or simply refinancing, Foothill Credit Union has the terms, features and options designed to make getting a mortgage easier. Let us help you understand all the choices you have when it comes to a home mortgage. (NMLS# 681615)

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Whether you are looking to complete a home improvement project, pay college tuition, purchasing a big-ticket item, paying for a wedding, or even if you are just looking to consolidate credit card debt, we are here to help with multiple options!

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Home Equity Loan vs. HELOC

Home Equity Loan & HELOC Rates

Home Advantage Loan

Home Advantage Loan
Effective Date: Tuesday, January 18th, 2022
TermAPRLoan AmountEstimated Payment/$1,000
Terms up to 120 months
70% financing

4.70% - 6.20% $500,000 $10.21 - $10.27
80% financing

5.20% - 6.70% $500,000 $10.70 - $11.45
Terms from 121 months up to 180 months
70% financing 5.20% - 7.45% $500,000 $8.01 - $9.24
80% financing 5.70% - 7.95% $500,000 $8.27 - $9.53
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Home Equity Line of Credit - 80% CLTV
Effective Date: Tuesday, January 18th, 2022
TermMaximum Loan AmountMarginCurrent APR
180 Months $500,000.00 0.000% 18 Month Intro Rate - 1.99%*
Floor Rate = 3.00%
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Frequently Asked Questions

Interest rates for home equity lines and loans are typically lower than for other forms of credit because your home is used as collateral – meaning the risk to a bank is less than with an unsecured loan.
Home equity loans and lines can we used to finance almost anything, including home repairs or improvements, education, vehicles, second homes or consolidating higher interest rate balances.
You can borrow up to $500,000 through either a Home Equity Loan or HELOC.
Home equity loan ineterst and HELOC interest may be tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor regarding tax deductibility.
No, there is no pre-payment penalty.
Yes. You can transfer any higher interest rate balances to your new home equity line of credit or loan.

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