Home Equity Loans

 

Home Equity Loans in Pittsburgh and Surrounding Communities

Fund that major expense using the equity you’ve built in your own home. Brentwood Bank’s in-house processing ensures quick decision making for a home equity loan.
 
Your home is more than just a place to come home to. You can use the equity you have in your home to secure financing for your next big expense – pay off higher rate credit cards, pay for tuition, go on vacation, remodel your house, get new appliances, or anything else you need. Options for Home Equity Term Loans and Home Equity Lines of Credit are available.
 

Ways to get started now:

 

 
Call now at 412-409-2265 or Visit us at a location close to you.
 
Home Equity Term (Installment) Loans or (HEILs) typically serve a long-term need and are single advance with a sum of money all at once. The loan is repaid over a fixed term, at a fixed interest rate, with equal monthly payments (Principal & Interest). HEILs are designed for homeowners making a large, one-time purchase, undertaking a home improvement, consolidating debt, buying a car or some other asset.
 
A Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) is similar to a credit card. You have a certain amount of money available to borrow and pay back, but you can take what you need as you need it. The line allows you the flexibility to borrow funds when you need them up to a set limit, then repay and reuse the line at any time.
 

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Details for Home Equity Loans

  • Home Equity Loan based on home’s value
  • Use funds for most anything
  • Competitive rates
  • Choose from Term or Line of Credit
  • Fast, flexible decisions
  • Easy to apply
  • Interest may be tax deductible*
  • Experienced loan staff
  • Personalized attention
  • Local underwriting
  • Commitment to service even after loan has closed

*Consult your tax advisor.
 

Documents & Links

Home Equity Application (Print & Send)

Rates

Error Resolution and Information Requests

Home Loan Toolkit

Mortgage Loan Originators

What You Should Know About HELOCs