Low rates, flexible options
A home equity loan is one of the most effective ways to cover a big expense. Whether you’re planning a wedding, making renovations, or consolidating debt, this loan offers a low rate and payments that won’t break the bank. With us, you’ll get financing up to 75%, and you won’t have to worry about prepayment penalties. Want a more flexible option for added peace of mind? We also offer Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC), where you’ll only need to pay interest on what you spend.
- Loan amounts from: $50,000 – $250,000
- No prepayment penalties
- No application fees
- Origination fee: $500
- Cover medical expenses, vacations, higher education, and more
Responses within two business days
Need a loan quick? Fill out an online application to get the ball rolling. We’ll reply within two business days or less.
Rates as low as
Rates and terms may vary based on a borrower’s credit qualifications. All loan rates are determined by Credit Union management and subject to change at any time. The Credit Union may offer other rates in the future. All services offered by the Credit Union shall be subject to applicable laws of the State of Oregon, federal laws and regulations, Credit Union bylaws and all regulations, rules and practices now or hereafter adopted by the Credit Union. All loans subject to credit approval.
Origination fee: $500. The borrower is responsible for all third party fees — such as appraisal, title insurance, filing, flood determination and/or tax service fees if applicable.
Loan to value is subject to lien position. The maximum loan to value is 75%
The Annual Percentage Rate is variable and subject to change on the first of each month. The quoted rate is established by adding margin to the Prime rate. All HELOC loans subject to an annual fee if the loan balance is below $25,000.
Line of Credit is based on property valuation, term and total encumbrances.
Currently only available in these states: AK,AZ,CA,ID,MT,NM,NV,OR,UT,WA
We Do Business in Accordance With the Federal Fair Housing Law and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act