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Home Equity Line of Credit

Tap into your home’s equity
for more borrowing power.

Equal Housing Lender Home Loans – Provided by Quicken Loans®

Use the equity you’ve built to get a competitive-rate home equity line of credit (HELOC).1 There are no prepayment penalties or balance requirements, plus a quick closing, through Schwab Bank's home equity lending program provided by Quicken Loans—the nation’s #1 online mortgage provider.2

Service

Throughout the process, Schwab clients will receive helpful guidance from a dedicated Schwab Bank and Quicken Loans team every step of the way. With J.D. Power Award-winning service, you’ll have the commitment of Quicken Loan professionals who focus on your specific needs and answer your questions.3

Convenience

Access funds using your HELOC account checks. You will also have the ability to use the revolving line of credit during the 10-year draw period.

Value

As a Schwab Bank client you will have a draw period of ten years and only pay interest on the balances used during that time. Afterwards, you will have 20 years to pay off the remainder of your balances.

Get a Home Equity Line of Credit with a standalone APR or APR on a piggyback.

Take advantage of this low rate for:

Home Improvement
Education Expenses
Debt Consolidation
Major Purchases

Begin using your home’s equity.

Get Started Online or Call Quicken Loans at 877-535-4021

Industry Leaders

Experience the benefits of working with Schwab Bank and "Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender."4

Why did Schwab Bank join forces with Quicken Loans? For J.D. Power Award-winning service and industry-leading technology.

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Find answers to your questions about HELOCs.

  • A HELOC is a revolving line of credit based on the equity in your home.

  • Flexibility to leverage the equity in your home to remodel or make upgrades, consolidate debt, make large purchases, or cover tax season expenses. Additionally, you only need to pay interest on your loan balance for the first ten years. You may not use a home equity line of credit (HELOC) as a bridge loan, for commercial purposes, to invest in securities, or to repay a margin loan.

  • A HELOC is a 30 year term. The first ten years are the draw period where you can draw against the line. During the draw period, you are only required to make interest payments. However, you may pay towards the principal at any time. After the first ten years, the line will be in the repayment period for the remaining 20 years. You will then pay principal and interest during this time, so your payments will be higher if you have an outstanding balance.

  • The estimated fees you may pay on the amount drawn from your line range from $0 - $29 for every $1,000, and will vary based on the location of the property. The amounts provided are estimates and are not a substitute for initial disclosures of closing costs that you will receive once you apply for a loan.

  • A Piggyback HELOC is a HELOC that is opened at the same time the home is purchased or refinanced. To complete the underwriting for the Piggyback HELOC, Quicken Loans will leverage the same documents that were used for completing the mortgage loan (such as loan application, appraisal evaluation, credit review, etc.). A standalone HELOC is independent of the first mortgage if any exist. For standalone HELOCs, Quicken Loans will go through the complete underwriting process: loan application, appraisal evaluation, credit review, etc.

Don’t see the answer you need?

Call Quicken Loans at
877-535-4021

Want more info on today’s rates?

View today’s featured mortgage rates and see which home purchase and refinance loan types quality for Investor Advantage Pricing.4

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Looking to buy a home?

Receive discounted interest rates on your home loan as a Schwab Bank client.

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Interested in refinancing?

Lower your monthly payments, or pay off your loan sooner, by refinancing your mortgage with Schwab Bank and Quicken Loans.

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Take advantage of your home’s equity.

In order to participate, you must agree that the lender, Quicken Loans, may share your information with Charles Schwab Bank.

The rates and APR shown are based on a purchase loan of an owner occupied, single family residence for our best-qualified customers. Your individual rate may vary.

This offer is subject to change or withdrawal at any time and without notice. Nothing herein is or should be interpreted as an obligation to lend. Loans are subject to credit and collateral approval. Other conditions and restrictions may apply. Hazard insurance may be required. Program terms and conditions are subject to change.

1. Home equity lines have a 10‐year draw period followed by a 20‐year repayment period. During the draw period, monthly payments of accrued interest are required. Payments will increase if rates increase. At the end of the draw period, your required monthly payments will increase because you will be paying both principal and interest. You may not use this home equity line as a bridge loan, for commercial purposes, to invest in securities, or to repay a margin loan.

HELOC Terms: As of the annual percentage rate (APR) for a primary residence HELOC opened simultaneously with your first mortgage loan – also known as piggyback loan - is . Rates vary for second homes, vacation homes, or HELOCs opened as standalone accounts. The APR on your home equity line of credit is variable based upon the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate plus a margin. The maximum APR that can apply is 18% or the maximum amount permitted by state law, whichever is less. The minimum credit line amount is $50,000 or the minimum amount permitted by state law, whichever is less. The maximum credit line is $1,000,000. Additional terms and conditions apply.

HELOC Fees: The estimated range of fees you may pay is from $0 ‐ $29.00 for every $1,000 of your line amount, and will vary based on the location of the property. The amounts provided are estimates and are not a substitute for initial disclosures of closing costs that you will receive once you apply for a home equity line of credit with Quicken Loans. Proof of proper and adequate insurance may be required prior to closing. You are responsible for paying any state, county, or local taxes imposed on a home mortgage transaction.

2. "Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender" based on a 2018 report published by Inside Mortgage Finance.

3. Quicken Loans received the highest score in the J.D. Power 2010-2018 (tied in 2017) Primary Mortgage Origination and the 2014-2018 Primary Mortgage Servicer Studies of customers' satisfaction with their mortgage sales experience and mortgage servicer company, respectively. Visit JDPower.com/Awards.

4. For Schwab Bank Investor Advantage Pricing: Only one Investor Advantage Pricing discount eligible per loan. Discounts available for all Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM) loan sizes, and selected Jumbo Fixed-Rate loans. Discount for ARMs applies to initial fixed-rate period only with the exception of the 1-month ARM where the discount is applied to the margin. (If the advertisement allows the rate discount without a minimum balance requirement, such as for purchases, the green verbiage can be omitted.) Qualifying balance of $250,000 or greater is required to be eligible for discounts on refinanced mortgage loans. Qualifying balance based on Schwab and Schwab Bank combined account balances, including the following retirement account types: Traditional, Roth, Rollover, and Inherited IRAs. Clients that utilize an eligible IRA account balance to qualify for certain discounts may qualify for one special IRA benefits package per loan. This includes: a $200 bonus award into your Schwab IRA account with the largest balance, and an in-depth personal financial plan analysis to include a detailed review of your IRA(s) by a Certified Financial Planner. This information does not constitute and is not intended to be a substitute for specific individualized tax, legal, or investment planning advice. Where specific advice is necessary or appropriate, Schwab Bank recommends consultation with a qualified tax advisor, CPA, financial planner, or investment manager.

IRA account balance eligibility and the IRA benefit package is not available for clients of independent investment advisors. Details for the discount program available for these clients can be found by visiting www.schwab.com/advisors.

Qualifying balance must be verified 15 days prior to your anticipated closing for an on-time close. If you deposit your qualifying assets with less than 15 days remaining before closing, your closing date may be delayed, and your eligibility to receive the promotional rate may be affected.

Quicken Loans is licensed in all 50 states. Quicken Loans Inc.; NMLS #3030; www.NMLSConsumerAccess.org. Equal Housing Lender. Licensed in 50 states. AR, TX: 1050 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48226-1906, (888) 474-0404; AZ: 1 N. Central Ave., Ste. 2000, Phoenix, AZ 85004, Mortgage Banker License #BK-0902939; CA: Licensed by Dept. of Business Oversight, under the CA Residential Mortgage Lending Act and Finance Lenders Law; CO: Regulated by the Division of Real Estate; GA: Residential Mortgage Licensee #11704; IL: Residential Mortgage Licensee #4127 – Dept. of Financial and Professional Regulation; KS: Licensed Mortgage Company MC.0025309; MA: Mortgage Lender License #ML 3030; ME: Supervised Lender License; MN: Not an offer for a rate lock agreement; MS: Licensed by the MS Dept. of Banking and Consumer Finance; NH: Licensed by the NH Banking Dept., #6743MB; NV: License #626; NJ: New Jersey – Quicken Loans Inc., 1050 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48226, (888) 474-0404, Licensed by the N.J. Department of Banking and Insurance.; NY: Licensed Mortgage Banker – NYS Banking Dept.; OH: MB 850076; OR: License #ML-1387; PA: Licensed by the Dept. of Banking – License #21430; RI: Licensed Lender; WA: Consumer Loan Company License CL-3030. Conditions may apply. Lending services provided by Quicken Loans Inc., a subsidiary of Rock Holdings Inc. “Quicken Loans” is a registered service mark of Intuit Inc., used under license.

Charles Schwab Bank and Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. are separate but affiliated companies and subsidiaries of The Charles Schwab Corporation. Brokerage products offered by Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (Member SIPC) are not insured by the FDIC, are not deposits or obligations of Charles Schwab Bank, and are subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of principal invested. Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. does not solicit, offer, endorse, negotiate or originate any mortgage loan products and is neither a licensed mortgage broker nor a licensed mortgage lender. Home lending is offered and provided by Quicken Loans, Inc., Equal Housing Lender. is not affiliated with The Charles Schwab Corporation, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. or Charles Schwab Bank. Deposit and other lending products are offered by Charles Schwab Bank, Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender.