Home Equity Line of Credit FAQs.
During the Open/Draw period, the billed monthly payment is only for the amount of interest due. As the outstanding principal balance rises, the amount of interest owed rises, thus the monthly payment goes up. Only if a member pays more than the billed interest due amount, will funds go toward reducing the outstanding principal balance. The lower the outstanding principal balance, the lower the billed interest due payment. It also means that HELOC funds continue to be available for additional advances up to the available credit limit. During the Closed/Repayment period (beginning 10 years after closing), the HELOC shifts from being an interest only payment to a fully amortized payment. This means the billed monthly payment will be both interest and principal, calculated so the HELOC will pay off on the maturity date. No additional advances will be available — it is in payback mode only for the 2nd half of the 20 year term.
This information is located on the member's monthly statement. Calculate the Average Daily Balance (ADB), then calculate the interest due: Average Daily Balance x APR x # of Days in Billing Cycle ÷ 365 = Interest Due. Example: 5,000.00 x 0.0325 x 30 ÷ 365 = $13.36. Calculate your payment.
- No closing costs unless an appraisal is required for Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC). If member account qualifies with Advantage Plus Rewards, waived appraisal fee promotional offer through March 31, 2023.
- Promotional Annual Percentage Rate with Combined Loan-to-Value of 70% or below on Advia’s Interest-Only Variable HELOC for the first 12 billing cycles after closing. Estimated monthly payment for a $10,000 HELOC during the promotional period for the following APRs: 6.24% = $52.00 (interest only). Minimum credit score of 700. Following the promo period of 12 months, the APR will revert to a variable rate, which may change quarterly based on the value of an index of Prime Rate as stated in the Wall Street Journal as of the last business day of each quarter. A quarter is defined as a calendar quarter beginning January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1. Your APR is equal to as low as the Prime index + or - a margin. Ask about current rates. An increase in the index will result in an increase to your APR (includes a lifetime interest rate cap of 8% over initial loan rate). Variable rate tied to Prime Rate for both the draw and repayment periods; based on credit score of borrower(s) and Combined Loan to Value (CLTV) of secured real estate at the time of application.
- Consult a tax advisor regarding tax deductibility which is subject to change at any time. Some products and services may vary based on geographical region. Offer and rates subject to change at any time. Rates and terms may vary based on creditworthiness of borrower and term of loan. Floor rates and restrictions apply. All loans subject to credit approval.
- If line of credit application requires an appraisal, fee is waived if account qualifies with Advantage Plus Rewards at time of application. Offer good through March 31, 2023.