Make the most of your dreams with a Home Equity Line of Credit

Variable rate line of credit
Convenient access to funds
No Annual Fee
The key to your future starts here. A Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) lets you borrow up to 80% on your home’s combined loan-to-value to take care of planned and unforeseen expenses. Think of it like a credit card with a revolving line, only with a lower interest rate. Unlike second mortgages, you borrow what you need when you need it, and funds can be used for anything.

When you’ve got flexibility, the possibilities are endless! Many members use HELOCS for:

  • Home improvements
  • Education tuition
  • Life expenses, such as weddings or vacation
  • Consolidate high-interest debt at a lower interest rate
  • Medical expenses

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Sharonview HomeLine

Sharonview HELOC Debit Card

Our HELOC product is designed to help you do more.

  • Get a credit line for up to 80% of your home 's combined loan-to-value, up to $350,000
  • Money available when you need it, for 15 years with no annual fees
  • Visa Debit Card for you to conveniently pull money when you need it
  • Flat origination fee of only $995. Origination fee waived on applications received by May 31, 2024 and close by June 30, 2024!
  • Variable interest rates as low as 8.50%
Have you lost your HomeLine debit card and need to order a new one? Give us a call at 800.462.4421 today!

What You Need to Know

A Home Equity Line of Credit is a credit line that uses your home as collateral. It functions like a credit card, a revolving credit line where you only borrow what you need at that particular moment of purchase. It allows you to pay it down and borrow again as needed. It can also be used for any reason, not just for the home. It is different from a second mortgage that requires you pay interest on a lump sum for the life of the loan and the money could only be used towards a single purpose. Many people use a HELOC to:

- Improve or repair the home
- Consolidate debt at a lower interest rate
- Pay education expenses
- Cover life expenses, like a wedding or a used car for your child
- And for many other reasons, because you are not limited to any particular type of purchases
- Interest rate tends to be lower than a credit card
- More flexible than a second mortgage
- Only take money out when you need it
- Home improvement expenses can be tax deductible (Consult your tax advisor for details).
- Access your line with a convenient Visa debit card
- Interest charges applied to the amount of the line used
- Ideal for when you don't need to all the money at once
- Minimum credit limit is $15,000. Maximum credit limit can go up to $350,000, but cannot exceed 80% of the appraised value of your home. Call us if you need additional options.
- You can continue to make additional purchases with the debit card and borrow up to the maximum credit limit, but you are not required to do so.
- Minimum monthly payment amounts may vary, and are determined by the amount you currently owe on the line of credit.
- The application process is similar to a mortgage, because your home is used as collateral to secure the loan. It may require a home assessment to determine its value.
- Primary Residences only. Vacation Homes and Investment Properties are not eligible.

Before Applying for a HELOC

Please click on each of the important disclosures below prior to applying for a Home Equity Line of Credit.

Home Equity Line of Credit Important Information
Electronic Communications Disclosure
CFPB - What you should know about home equity lines of credit 

After you apply for your home equity line of credit, make sure you have this information available so we can process it:

  • Copy of homeowners insurance policy showing the agent's name and telephone number
  • Proof of income (a copy of your two most recent paycheck stubs for everyone applying)
  • Copy of mortgage, deed, deed of trust, or title insurance

As of April 10, 2024, the current APR varies between 8.50% - 10.00%, and is determined by credit score; a minimum 660 credit score is required. The APR is variable and based on prime rate; the maximum APR that could be reached is 18.00%. Appraisal fees of approximately $585-$700 may apply in certain circumstances, ask a Sharonview representative for details. Property insurance is required; flood insurance may be required. Applications are accepted for properties located in NC, SC, GA, NJ, TN, FL, PA and VA. Applications must be received by May 31, 2024 and close by June 30, 2024 to qualify for no origination fee.

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