Large or small, our home equity loans offer a great option for financing new projects. The Energy Equity loan is great for energy efficiency or home improvements to your primary home, and longer terms to options keep payments manageable.
Energy Equity Loan
This loan was designed to help finance alternative or renewable energy projects, efficiency projects or home energy improvements of any kind on your primary residence. The benefit of using the Energy Equity Loan is the lower rate and the flexibility on terms. Using the equity in your home you can eliminate the need for closing costs of a refinance and complete your energy savings projects with a loan designed to meet your unique needs. The same standard procedures apply as getting a traditional home equity loan product. Interest on this loan may be tax deductible.
Longer term options are available. Contact the mortgage department for current rates and information.
IF YOU HAVE EQUITY
This option lets you leverage existing equity for better rates and terms.
Fill out our free and fast paperless online application with no obligation.
SAVE ON CLOSING COSTS
We work with you to minimize closing costs, making it more affordable.
With fixed rates, you pay the same amount every month. No surprises!
Using the equity you already have in your home to get a discounted loan rate on energy upgrades that will most likely lower your monthly utility bills is a great financing option. Take advantage of this option today and don’t hesitate to contact a Mortgage Originator with any questions.
DETERMINING ELIGIBLE AMOUNT TO BORROW
To determine how much you can borrow, you first need to know the total equity in your Vermont or New Hampshire home*. The first step is to determine the value of your home. You can use either the professional appraised value of your home or the tax assessed value of your home. The equity in your home is the difference between the value of your home less all other outstanding balances on your existing mortgage. This is the amount that is available to borrow from, up to a certain limit, either 90% or 75% of the amount, depending on which valuation approach you use.
The total maximum amount that can be borrowed is $250,000 when using the appraised value, or when using the tax assessed value and borrowing 50% or less of the value of the home. The total maximum amount that can be borrowed when using the tax assessed value and borrowing up to 75% of the value of the home is $150,000. Minimum loan amount is $5,000.
*Only Vermont properties are eligible for certain partnership programs.
Enter the amount you wish to borrow:
as low as*
as low as*
|Maximum Loan-to-Value||Term (months)||Estimated
|4.25%||4.25%||Less than or equal to 80%||180||Apply Now|
|3.75%||3.75%||Less than or equal to 80%||120||Apply Now|
|2.74%||2.74%||Less than or equal to 80%||60||Apply Now|
|5.25%||5.25%||Greater than 80%; up to 90%||180||Apply Now|
|4.75%||4.75%||Greater than 80%; up to 90%||120||Apply Now|
|3.74%||3.74%||Greater than 80%; up to 90%||60||Apply Now|
APR = Annual Percentage Rate. APR is effective as of 04/22/2020. Rates and APRs listed are “as low as” and may be adjusted based on individual credit standing and term. Payment information does not include amounts for taxes and insurance premiums – if applicable, actual payment obligation will be greater. Estimated monthly payments are based on a $20,000 loan. Calculated payments shown are for estimation purposes only. Actual loan payment amount will be disclosed at loan closing and may differ slightly.
Apply for an Energy Equity Loan
You can apply online for your mortgage or home equity loan right here online and in most cases qualified applicants can receive instant pre-approval. In our Mortgage Center you’ll be able to read about our Mortgage Originators, access additional resources and view all our featured rates.