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Tap into the value of your home

You've worked hard to build the equity in your home. Now, put that equity to work for you! Whether you'd like to consolidate debt, tackle a home makeover, pay for college or cover another large expense, a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) can provide you with a flexible source of funds.* Another option is a Cash-out Refinance. Either way, the application process is simple and the possibilities are endless!

Solarity also offers a bridge loan that lets you use your current home's equity as a down payment for a new home.

Or call for today's rates: 800.347.9222



Featured rate

Rates accurate as of September 28, 2022
APR as low as*
15 years
Payment per $1,000*
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Here's the scoop

During the draw period, your HELOC is a revolving line of credit, similar to a credit card. You'll have a set amount you can borrow and pay back. Take out what you need, when you need it. And you'll only pay interest on the amount you use.

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Loan amount

$20,000 minimum loan amount, $500,000 maximum

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Draw amount

The minimum draw amount is $500

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The interest rate is variable, which means it can change over time

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Includes a five-year draw period with a 15-year repayment period

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How to make a HELOC work for you

  1. Borrow the amount you need, when you need it
  2. Use it to pay off higher interest debt (also called debt consolidation)
  3. Make interest-only payments for the first five years
  4. Ideal for substantial recurring costs like college tuition
  5. A source of funds for large, unplanned expenses
  6. A convenient way to pay for repairs or a remodel that may add value to your home
  7. Bonus: interest may be tax deductible for home improvements*


Compare home equity borrowing options

If you prefer the option to make periodic withdrawals, you might lean towards a HELOC.  If you want to lock in your rate and make one payment each month instead of two, a Cash-out Refinance might be the way to go. Either way, we've got you covered.

Compare your options HELOC Cash-out Refinance
Fixed interest rate for a set payment amount each month  
Variable rate, meaning payment amounts can fluctuate over time  
One-time, lump-sum  
Make withdrawals as you need them  
Replaces your current mortgage with a new home loan  
Interest may be tax-deductible*



Both a HELOC and a Cash-out Home Refinance let you:

  • Tap into the equity in your home
  • Use the funds to pay for whatever you want
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Ready to explore your home equity borrowing options?

We can help you determine the best way to borrow against the equity in your home and see how much you might be able to borrow. Get in touch with us to get started:

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It takes less than 10 minutes to apply online. Submit your application and we'll follow up with you to discuss your situation.

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Common questions about home equity loans

A home equity loan is often referred to as a second mortgage, and is a common way for homeowners to tap into the equity in their home. Equity is the difference between what you owe on a home and what the home is worth, so if you owe $100,000 and your home is worth $250,000, you have $150,000 in equity. A home equity loan is a way to access a portion of that $150,000 in equity. A home equity line of credit (or “HELOC”) is a popular form of home equity loan. You can apply for one here.

“HELOC” is short for home equity line of credit – a type of second mortgage. You can take out money from the line of credit when you need it and pay it back all at once or over time. A HELOC has a borrowing limit just like a credit card, but unlike a credit card, a HELOC is established for a set amount of time called a “draw period”. Solarity's draw period is five years. During that draw period, you’re typically required to make interest-only payments each month on any outstanding balance.



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Home equity product is available in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The minimum loan amount is $20,000. Maximum loan to value of up to 90%. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is a variable rate. Initial rate is based on loan amount, loan to value and credit history. Not all applicants will qualify for the lowest rate. Your qualifying rate may adjust monthly and is based on the highest Prime Rate as published in The Wall Street Journal as of the date of any rate adjustment, plus or minus a margin. Under no circumstances will your annual percentage rate exceed 18.000% per annum. Property insurance required. Fees at account opening include a $175 processing fee and $150 document preparation fee. Closing costs range from $700-$2,200 depending on appraisal requirements. Offer subject to credit approval, which includes verification of application information and receipt of collateral documents. Not all applicants will qualify. Rates, terms, and conditions subject to change. Consult your tax advisor with any questions regarding tax advantages or deductibility of interest.