Remodels & Repairs
Unlock the equity in your home to make improvements and necessary repairs.
Taking out a home equity loan through Wasatch Peaks Credit Union equips you to do more with your hard-earned dollars. Fund home renovations, pay medical bills, consolidate your debts for a fresh start, and more. Achieve any goal that fuels your future.
*Rates, fees, and Annual Percentage Rates (APRs) displayed are intended as mortgage market indicators only, are time-delayed, and may change without notice. The information provided assumes the purpose of the loan is to purchase a primary residence, a single-family dwelling in Utah with a 20% down payment. The rate-lock period is 30 days and the assumed credit score is 740. Actual rates, fees, and APRs may vary based on these and other factors. There may be additional fees assessed by the investor that will increase the APR. NMLS# 631141
Your next home equity loan will make an impact on the way you choose to spend, save, and thrive. You may experience:
A: Home equity loans can be extremely useful financial tools, but they are not always the best investment. If you do not have the monthly budget to pay back your loan, or if you currently do not have enough equity to obtain the loan size you want, now may not be the best time to apply.
A: Accessing the best possible home equity loan rate begins with maintaining a low credit score, managing your monthly budget responsibly, and finding a loan amount that serves your needs. For additional information, please visit your nearest Wasatch Peaks Credit Union branch or call 801-627-8700.
A: As a non-profit financial institution, Wasatch Peaks Credit Union does not need to charge a surplus to turn a profit. Moreover, our financial institution is member-based, meaning that our rates are much lower than the average commercial bank. Learn more about credit union membership to get low home equity loan rates today.
*Annual Percentage Rate (APR). On Approved Credit (OAC). This is our best rate; your rate may be different depending on credit history and underwriting criteria. Rates subject to change based on vehicle loan-to-value and term. Limited time offer.