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Home Equity Line Of Credit

Accessing the equity in your loan is often a smart way to fund home improvements, finance education costs, consolidate debt, or pay for other large expenses. Sun National Bank offers a home equity line of credit (often called a HELOC), which is set up as a line of credit with a maximum draw, rather than a fixed dollar amount. It is a form of revolving credit where your home serves as collateral.
  • Finance up to 80% of primary home value
  • Finance up to 75% of non-primary residence properties
  • Interest only option available for first 36 months (80% max LTV primary; 75% non-primary)
  • Variable interest rate
  • Access account with loan checks
  • $10,000 minimum advance required at account opening
  • Lower interest rates with auto payment from your Sun National Bank account
To apply, stop by any Sun National Bank branch, call 1.800.SUN.9066 or click "Apply" below.
 



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Subject to credit approval. Verification of income (such as a current pay stub and W-2 or two years tax returns for those who are self-employed) and other information will be required for anyone applying for a loan.



   
   
 
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