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7/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage
Adjustable Rate Mortgage Options
If you are looking for a lower initial payment and are less concerned about your payment increasing in future years, take a look at our adjustable rate options. Available options are
- 5/1 ARM (i.e. fixed for the first five years and adjustable each year after that)
- 7/1 ARM
- 10/1 ARM
Active as of 02.26.2024
Adjustable Rate Mortgage
*Annual Percentage Rates (APR) are lowest available and subject to change without notice. Rate may increase after closing. Account subject to individual approval. Conditions and/or restrictions may apply. Rates do not take into consideration possible adjustments based on applicant’s credit score, loan-to-value, combined loan-to-value, occupancy, appraised value, down payment, property type, property use and loan purpose. Property insurance (and flood insurance if applicable) required. Payment amounts shown do not include taxes and insurance premiums which will result in a higher actual monthly payment. Mortgage insurance required if loan to value exceeds 80%.
- 10/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage at 6.50% (6.92% APR): 360 monthly payments of $6.32 per $1,000 borrowed
- 7/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage at 6.375% (6.99% APR): 360 monthly payments of $6.24 per $1,000 borrowed
- 5/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage at 6.25% (7.03% APR): 360 monthly payments of $6.16 per $1,000 borrowed
Frequently Asked Questions
What can we help you with today?
A Home Equity Loan gives you the money up front with a fixed rate and a fixed term. Monthly payments are principal and interest.
A Home Equity Line of Credit gives you easy access to your money when needed. Lines of Credit have a variable rate and will adjust with the Prime Rate. Monthly payments are interest only but you can paydown on the principal at any time.
Our rates are tiered by credit score and depend on the product and term you choose.
Typically, it is taking about 4-6 weeks from application to closing for Home Equity Loans.
Most of our Home Equity products do not have closing costs unless the loan amount exceeds $250,000. You may be required to pay some closing costs (estimated $500 unless a Full Appraisal is needed) on our promotional Home Equity products.
Yes, you can prepay your Home Equity loan without penalty.
Yes, we offer Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit on investment properties. We have competitive rates and a variety of options. Typically the member is required to pay closings costs and the appraisal fee.
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Our convenient financial calculators can help you make more informed decisions.
This calculator will help answer how much mortgage you might qualify for based on your total monthly gross income and expenses.
This calculator will tell you if the amount you save in interest will exceed these refinancing costs.
This calculator computes the payments (principal and interest) for a fixed rate loan.
This calculator computes the most expensive house you can buy based on the highest payment you can afford, but does not indicate whether you would qualify for the loan.
This calculator will help you compare the total cost of any two or three mortgages.
Find out how much interest you can save by paying an additional amount with your mortgage payment.