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Home Equity Line of Credit
Do you need funds to pay for a larger expense or consolidate debt? A Greater Nevada Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) leverages the equity in your home (what your home is worth minus what you owe) and provides you with a line of credit that you can tap into when you need it.
- Money when you need it. With a Greater Nevada HELOC, you can access your funds when needed for home improvements, vacation, unexpected expenses, or even to consolidate higher interest rate loans.
- No closing costs on HELOCs up to $250,000.
- Easy application and payment process. Just call (800) 526-6999 to apply, and then set up automatic payments from your Greater Nevada account. You can transfer funds online right into your checking account, and schedule your payments so you never need to worry about making them on time.
Get a Greater Nevada HELOC with rates and benefits that help you make the most of your home’s equity. Call us today at (800) 526-6999 or click the Get Pre-Approved button to take advantage of this special, limited-time offer.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. The APR can vary and is based on the Prime Rate plus a margin of 000% to 1.50% based on borrower credit rating and other qualifications. The APR is subject to change each month, based on changes to the highest Prime Rate published in the Wall Street Journal “Money Rates” table.
**Minimum APR is the Prime Rate, maximum APR 18%. Up to 80% CLTV available with credit lines from $25,000 to $250,000 subject to collateral type and borrower qualifications. $75 annual fee beginning on the first anniversary date. $500 pre-payment penalty if the HELOC is closed within 36 months of origination. Rates, terms and conditions are effective as of January 1, 2021, and are subject to change without notice. Loans are available for 1-2 unit, owner-occupied properties in the state of Nevada only. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Greater Nevada Credit Union membership is required prior to loan funding We Do Business in Accordance With the Federal Fair Housing Law and Equal Credit Opportunity Act.