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Home is Where the Money Is

Use your home's equity to get cash when you need it.

Whether you’re wanting to refresh a dated kitchen that screams 1980, build a beautiful patio oasis to enjoy on those Indiana summer nights, or just want security knowing you have access to cash in emergencies, a home equity line of credit could make it happen.


 

iconHome Renovations

Use your house as collateral to finance your home improvement project.

iconFinancial Safety Net

A HELOC can provide that financial safety net you can fall back on whenever you need financial help.

iconEducation Expenses

You could potentially use home equity financing to pay for your child’s college education.

iconMedical Expenses

The flexible nature of a HELOC may work well for unplanned and unpredictable medical expenses.

iconWeddings & Celebrations

A HELOC could be a good option to foot the wedding bill - especially since wedding expenses can be hard to estimate.

 



A TYPICAL LOAN VS. A HELOC

How does a home equity line of credit work?




 

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SUBJECT TO CREDIT APPROVAL.

*PLEASE READ THESE IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES FOR SPECIAL OFFERS:

HOME EQUITY LINE OF CREDIT WITH INTRO RATE AS LOW AS 1.99% AND AS LOW AS 3.75% VARIABLE APR THEREAFTER: Advertised rates available to applicants with a credit score of 750 or higher and loan-to-value of 80% or less. Otherwise, offered APR may vary based on credit score of applicant and loan-to-value. Maximum variable APR will not exceed 18%. Offer expires September 30, 2017.

1An annual maintenance fee of $35 will be assessed if the average daily balance of the line is less than $1,000 for the preceding twelve months. Property insurance is required.


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