What is a Home Equity Line of Credit?


Your home does so much for you: it’s where you work, eat, sleep and relax. A low introductory rate on a home equity line of credit can help you renew the space where you spend the most time. 


Cash available when you need it


Rates are typically lower than other sources of credit


Interest may be tax deductible (check with your tax advisor for complete details)


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Home Equity Loan Rates:


For the first 12 months


2.49% APR


Then a variable rate as low as


3.50% APR



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The Home Equity Line of Credit introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 2.49% is fixed for the first 12 months from account opening. After that, the variable APR applicable to your account will be indexed to the highest Prime Rate published in The New York Times for the last banking day preceding the first day of each billing cycle with a minimum APR of 3.50% and a maximum APR of 15.9%. As of 1/29/2021, the Prime Rate is 3.25%. This offer assumes applicants with excellent credit and the combined loan to value of all liens is 80% or less. The maximum line amount for this offer is $350,000. A $75 annual fee applies. The term of the line includes a 10-year draw period with a 20-year repayment period. This offer is limited to new lines only for owner-occupied primary residences. Homeowners insurance is required; flood insurance is required where necessary. Minimum draw is $500. An early termination fee of $490 applies to NJ & PA properties if your account is terminated during the first 15 months; for NY, AL & FL properties, you must reimburse Valley for out of pocket origination expenses if your account is terminated during the first 36 months. Subject to credit approval. Additional terms and conditions apply. Offer may be withdrawn without notice.




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