Financial Information & Education
With warmer temperatures right around the corner, it’s a good time to start thinking about home improvement projects you could tackle this spring. A HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit) is a cost-effective way to pay for some of the larger projects you have in mind. Here are five projects that you may want to use a HELOC for this spring.
A home is likely one of the largest purchases you will ever make. Whether you are an experienced homebuyer, or this is your first time, the DCCU Homebuyer’s Guide will help you navigate the process and answer questions that may arise along the way. After all, a little knowledge can go a long way with helping you understand what will be coming your way.
In a perfect world, nothing in your home would ever break, malfunction, or wear out. However, if your roof leaks, basement floods, or furnace falters, a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) may be a good option for covering the cost of repair or replacement.
Credit card balance transfer offers allow you to move debt from one credit card to a another, often at special rates and terms that last for a limited-time. There are several points to consider before you accept a balance transfer offer.
When it comes to utilizing the equity in your home, the most common use is home improvement projects, but there are also many other ways to use a Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit (HELOC).
Getting pre-approved before you start shopping for your next vehicle has many benefits. Not only does it help you secure the best interest rate possible, it also helps make sure you stay within your budget. In addition, it puts you in a stronger negotiating position at the dealership.