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Equity Add.Vantage Program

Greater Nevada's Equity Add-Vantage achieves dramatic savings quite simply. Rather than making one monthly mortgage payment, Equity Add-Vantage deducts half of your monthly mortgage payment from your checking or savings account every two weeks. This slight acceleration of your payments can have a notable impact in reducing the overall cost of your mortgage. In fact, by the end of a year you will have paid the equivalent of one extra monthly payment.

Equity Add-Vantage accelerates your loan payoff because the additional amount is applied directly against the principal balance of your loan. The effect can save you thousands of dollars in interest and take years off of your mortgage.** For example:

On a $200,000, 30 year loan with a 5% interest rate, you would save $34,328 in interest payments. Plus, you'd be able to pay off your loan in just 25.2 years!***

All it takes to start saving is a one-time enrollment fee and a small fee per transaction thereafter. For more information, or to participate in Equity Add-Vantage, call one of our friendly servicing representatives at 888-6999 or (800) 526-6999 for a no-cost, no-obligation amortization schedule or download an Equity Add-Vantage enrollment form at www.greaternevadamortgage.com.

View an example of your savings with the Equity Add-Vantage Calculator.

* Equity Add-Vantage is only available on eligible mortgages originated through Greater Nevada Mortgage Services.

**Borrowers will realize the principal reduction twice in a 12-month period. Principal reduction will be made in the months where a third bi-weekly payment occurs. View the Equity Add-Vantage Payment Calendar.

***Mortgage calculations used are for illustrative purposes only. Individual results may vary. We assume no prepayments are made prior to the start of your biweekly payments. Borrower acknowledges any changes in interest rate, length of mortgage, escrow amounts, refinancing of the subject mortgage, or additional payments will have a significant effect on the savings and payment schedules.