Details for Next Mark Credit Union
YOU’VE GOT GOALS – WE’LL HELP YOU GET THERE. Use the equity in your home for remodeling, vacations, tuition, or even debt consolidation. • We’ll pay up to $1,000 of your closing costs1 Limited time offer. • Easy online application • Competitive rates • Borrow up to 100% of your home’s value2 • 30-day closing • Loans offered for homes in DC, DE, FL, MD, NC, SC, VA, & WV Learn more about NextMark’s Home Equity Loans and apply online at NextMarkCU.org/home-equity Closing costs typically range between $500 and $3,000 and depend on property location, property type, occupancy, and loan amount. Closing costs paid by NextMark on Member’s behalf must be repaid if line of credit or loan is closed within the first 36 months. A line of credit may be paid in full but not closed and still qualify for promotional offer. Closing costs eligible for the promotion include origination, flood certification, document preparation, title insurance and settlement. Promotion started on January 15th. The credit union has the right to cancel the promotion at anytime. 1 Borrow up to 100% of your home equity minus first mortgage balance. Certain fees, conditions and restrictions may apply. Home Equity Lines of Credit and Home Equity Loans are secured by your home. If you’re paying off an existing real estate loan, the Credit Union does not cover the costs imposed by other lenders, if any. Rates and terms subject to change without notice. Loan approval subject to credit evaluation. Equal housing lender. 2
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