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Access cash from the equity in your home. Our loans and lines of credit use your equity as backing to lock in an affordable rate.

Key Features

  • Competitive Rates
  • Flexible Terms
  • Local Service

Home Equity Term Loans are taken as one lump sum and paid off with monthly installments payments of principal and interest.

  • Competitive rates for several short-term or one-time needs:
    • Home improvement projects
    • Major purchases
    • Education expenses
    • Major life events
    • Debt consolidation
    • And much more!
  • Borrow from the equity in your home
  • Accommodating repayment terms that work for your budget
  • 0.25% discount on your interest rate when your monthly payment is automatically deducted from a Tri City National Bank checking or savings account
  • The interest paid might be tax deductible1
  • Local decision-making and processing in Southeastern Wisconsin
  • Friendly, attentive service from beginning to end

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  • Competitive rates for several ongoing or seasonal needs:
    • Education expenses
    • Major life events
    • Major home improvements
    • Debt consolidation
    • Emergency reserve
    • And much more
  • The existing equity in your home is used as collateral backing
  • Accommodating repayment terms that work for your budget
  • Funds available anytime without reapplying; apply once, then use repeatedly thereafter
  • Funds easily accessible via check, online banking transfer, telephone banking transfer, or contact your lender for a cashier’s check or transfer to your checking account
  • Draws can be made in $1,000 increments
  • The interest paid might be tax deductible1
  • Local decision-making and processing in Southeastern Wisconsin
  • Friendly, attentive service from beginning to end

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1Consult a tax advisor.

Terms are subject to change. Tri City National Bank's Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit require a mortgage on your home, failure to pay your loan could result in loss of your home. Homeowner's insurance is required, and flood insurance may be required on the property used as collateral.