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2019 Home Equity Line of Credit Promotion

2.99% APR* fixed intro rate thru 6/30/20              5.50% APR* variable rate after intro period                      

Be ready for life’s biggest expenses.
Whether it’s for a home renovation, new pool or planning a dream vacation, now is the time to get a Home Equity Line of Credit.

You’ll have access to your funds when you need them and at a fixed intro rate of 2.99% APR* with a Breakaway Free Checking Account!

  • No application fees.
  • No closing costs.

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* Fixed intro rate will not increase until 7/1/20. Annual Percentage Rate (APR) variable based on Wall Street Journal Prime plus 0.00%. As of 3/31/19 Prime rate is 5.50%. Maximum APR is 18%. Breakaway Free checking and minimum line amount of $15,000 required for new home equity accounts. Existing home equity customers must re-apply and increase line amount by $15,000. Available on 1-4 family primary residence, condo or second home located in Cumberland or York Counties, ME, or Rockingham or Strafford Counties, NH. No investment properties. Offer subject to credit approval and other conditions. Homeowners and flood insurance (if applicable) required. Rate subject to change. Offer may be withdrawn at any time before it ends on 7/31/19.

Home Equity Lines of Credit

If you have recurring borrowing needs, a credit line might be the best option for you. Our home equity line offers flexible access to your funds when you need them, simply by writing a check.

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Home Equity Loans

Our home equity loans let you lock in your rate for the life of your loan. With a fixed rate, you can budget with the knowledge that your payments will always remain the same.

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