Simplify your life.
What can you do with a home equity line of credit?
Langley's HELOCs give you the payment flexibility for any size project.
Fixed rate HELOCs start as low as 4.00% for 7 years.* Other fixed rates and terms available.
|7 Year Fixed Rate HELOC||2 Year Draw||As Low As 4.00% APR |
|12 Year Fixed Rate HELOC||2 Year Draw||As Low As 4.50% APR |
|17 Year Fixed Rate HELOC||2 Year Draw||As Low As 5.00% APR |
|40 Year Variable Rate HELOC||20 Year Draw||As Low As 4.50% APR |
|40 Year Promotional Rate: 2.50% For First Year||(As Low As Prime + 0)|
Frequently Asked Questions About Home Equity Lines of Credit
A Home Equity Line of Credit application can be turned around in as little as one week.
We've simplified our loan process down to only the most essential information. Here's what we need to know:
- Borrower Information - The basics about you.
- Property Information - The basics about the property you want to finance.
- Income - What you make.
- Liabilities - What you owe and to whom. We will run a credit report to confirm liabilities and fill in that section of the application for you. (You'll have a chance to review and make any corrections.)
- Declarations - A few more questions to complete your application.
Please consult your accountant for specific details, but many of these loans do have some tax advantages.
Yes, a HELOC can be used for many different things, including but not limited to; paying for a vacation, consolidating debt, and renovating your home.
 The Annual Percentage Rates (APRs) are fixed rates with a LTV of 100%, and will not increase during the life of the loan. Rates and terms are subject to change without notice. Available to members with a credit score of 600 or better depending on credit qualifications. Credit is subject to approval. Some restrictions may apply. Property insurance, and if applicable, flood insurance is required. Possible tax advantages, consult your tax advisor. Federally insured by NCUA.
 Annual Percentage Rates (APR) are variable and determined by credit history.