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Línea de Crédito Hipotecario de Tasa Fija (2da Hipoteca)

Ponga el Valor adquirido de su vivienda en función de una compra mayor

Nuestra Línea de Crédito Hipotecario de Tasa Fija, también conocida como Segunda Hipoteca, le permite usar del valor acumulado en su vivienda. Sea que necesite una cantidad determinada de dinero para un gran gasto; como la substittución del tejado, mejoras al hogar o incluso pagar por una boda, las bajas tasas a miembros de SCCU le ofrecerá la seguridad de saber que está obteniendo lo máximo de su inversión, al menor costo para usted. 

 
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Terms & Fees
Terms Up to 20 Years
Application Fees None
Pre-payment Penalties None
Origination Fee None

Fixed 2nd Mortgage Interest Rates

Fecha disponible: agosto 03, 2020
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Término Tasas desde APR* "As Low As" Ejemplo de cantidad del préstamo Ejemplo de pago mensual
0 para 60 meses 4.740% 4.740% $25,000 $468.81
61 para 120 meses 5.240% 5.240% $25,000 $474.53
121 para 180 meses 5.740% 5.740% $25,000 $207.47
181 para 240 meses 5.990% 5.990% $25,000 $178.96
Your actual interest rate will be based on the available equity in your home, the amount of your loan, your credit history, and product chosen. Other programs, rates, and terms may be available. Approval is subject to our usual credit criteria. Proof of homeowner’s insurance sufficient to cover all outstanding mortgages, including your SCCU equity loan, and any other obligations secured by the home and property, is required. Certain restrictions may apply. 

No Closing Costs (Home Equity Loans): SCCU will waive typical third-party fees associated with closing a Home Equity loan, such as appraisal, photo inspection, recording, state tax stamps, title exam, and title insurance. Must be primary residence. Available on loans up to $250,000. For Fixed-Rate Home Equity Loans (2nd Mortgages) in the first lien position, valued at $50,000 or more, waived costs do not include prepaid escrow amounts.

You must already be a member of the credit union, or establish membership, which requires a one-time $5 deposit to open and maintain a regular savings account. Offers and rates subject to change at any time.
 

Preguntas Frecuentes

Depending upon the lender, there may be closing costs plus other fees required to secure a second mortgage. These may include an appraisal fee, origination fee, credit report fee, title search, fees to prepare documentation, and more.
 
At SCCU, we offer low cost fixed-rate home equity loans with no points, origination fees, intangible tax, or other hidden fees.
 

If you are considering taking out a second mortgage on your home, you will need to meet the same requirements that you met for your first mortgage, such as satisfying a certain credit score. In addition, you will also need to be current on the payments on your first mortgage, and have enough equity in your home to meet your lender's loan-to-value requirements. Other considerations include having your home appraised to verify its value, the lender's required minimum loan amount, closing costs and more.
 
If you'd like to learn more about qualifying for an SCCU home equity loan with fixed monthly payments, contact us for more information. We offer fast approvals, quick closings, and low rates, plus there is no intangible tax, origination fees, points or hidden fees.
 

Yes! At SCCU, we offer home equity loan refinancing in addition to fixed-rate home equity loans. Refinancing your current second mortgage can be a great way to take advantage of lower second mortgage rates.
 

Obtaining a second mortgage, fixed-rate home equity loan, HELOC or other loan based upon the current value of your home does require an appraisal to ensure it has sufficient equity to meet your lender's requirements.

If you're ready to take advantage of SCCU's great rates, quick approvals and fast closings, apply online today! You can also call our Express Sales team.
 
Some of the information you'll need to apply for a second mortgage include:
  • Your current residence address or addresses for the past two years
  • Social Security numbers for all borrowers
  • Your past two years' employment history and employer's contact information
  • Income information for each borrower, such as salary, overtime, and bonuses
  • The current loan balance and payment amount on your existing mortgage
  • Information on your bank and brokerage accounts, including current balances

Determining how much you can borrow with a fixed-rate home equity loan or other loan based on your equity is relatively straightforward: It depends upon how much you owe on your first mortgage and the current value of your home. What percentage of your equity (the current value less the outstanding balance on your loan) a lender allows you to borrow is a factor as well.
 
At Space Coast Credit Union, our home equity loans allow you to borrow up to 80% of the value of your primary home and up to 70% on investment or vacation properties.
 

Taking out a second mortgage results in having two mortgages on your home and two monthly payments. With refinancing, however, you are obtaining a single, entirely new loan and will have one payment.
 
If you already have a second mortgage and are looking to refinance it, SCCU can help! To learn more about SCCU's fixed-rate home equity loans or if you want to refinance your current first or second mortgage, please contact us. Our Express Sales team will be glad to answer all of your questions.
 

Every type of loan has its pros and cons, some of which depend upon your personal financial goals for borrowing. In the case of home equity loans or home equity lines of credit, you use your home as collateral for the loan, so should you default on it, your lender may foreclose.
 
Borrowing against the equity in your home may put you at a disadvantage if your home's value decreases, which could leave you owing more on it than it is worth.
 

A home equity loan or second mortgage may offer a convenient way to pay for one-time, large expenses, such as home repairs or renovations, education, or consolidating debt at a lower interest rate.

A fixed-rate home equity loan allows you to borrow against the equity you've built up in your home at a fixed interest rate and a consistent monthly payment for the life of the loan. Fixed-rate home equity loans are also known as second mortgages, and are much like first mortgages since the loan is secured by your home.

Both types of loans allow you to borrow against the equity you've built up in your home, but there are a few important differences between the two:
  • Home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) make a certain amount of money available to you. You may draw funds from the specified maximum amount of the credit line as you need them and pay interest only on the amount you borrowed.
  • Most HELOCs have an adjustable rate, but lenders may offer the option to convert a HELOC to a fixed rate. When the interest rate is adjusted, your monthly payment amount may go up or down accordingly.
  • Fixed-rate home equity loans allow you to borrow a single, lump sum at one time.
  • Fixed-rate home equity loans have an interest rate that will not change over the life of the loan, so you will always know how much your monthly payment will be.