Build it. Buy it. Dream it. Do it.
A big project on the drawing board. Big plans for your kids. Big bills to pay. No matter what you need money for, our affordable Home Equity solutions can make good things happen.
What can you do with home equity funds? The list often starts with home renovations and family vacations - but really, the sky's the limit. The simpler decision is how to get your money. You can opt for a lump sum or a revolving credit line that you can tap into time and again.
Home Equity Loan
- Fixed rate
- Repayment terms up to 10 years
- No closing costs*
- Up to 80% of your home’s combined loan-to-value
Home Equity Line of Credit
- Adjustable rate
- Withdraw funds for up to 15 years
- Access money easily through checks, Digital Banking, or at Summit Credit Union locations
- No closing costs*
- Qualify for credit limit of up to 100% of your home's equity
- As you repay funds, you can use them again for other purposes
- Often a good choice for consolidating higher interest loans and credit card balances
Summit Credit Union is a full-service financial institution with eight branches throughout North Carolina.
Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit is available for a primary residence, second home, or Investment property in North Carolina only. Home loan lending is limited to North Carolina.
*No closing costs on a minimum amount of $10,000 for a primary residence. Closing costs may occur based on offer and depending on the property location and loan amount.
Frequently Asked Questions
A HELOC is a variable-rate real estate loan that allows you to use up to 100% of the equity in your home to use when you need it over a 15-year period. As you repay the funds, you can use them again for other purposes.
A Home Equity Loan allows you to use the equity in your home to take care of a financial need, such as home improvements, debt consolidation, education, and more. Home Equity Loan is a fixed-rate loan that is a one-time only advance. HELOCs is a revolving line of credit that you are able to pay-off and reuse during a 15-year period.