Home Equity Loans


Good is a home to live in. Great is a home that helps you live!

A CME home equity loan is a great tool to help you make the most of not only your home, but your life. Borrow against the equity you've built up in your home, and use the proceeds for many things, from a home improvement to college education, a wedding, or much more. We have two ways to borrow using your home's equity.


Closed-End Home Equity Loan

A closed-end home equity loan, offers a single lump sum that can help you consolidate high-interest debt, pay for a home improvement or much more.

  • Fixed Rate 
  • 5 and 10 year terms
  • No annual fee
  • No prepayment penalty
  • Minimal closing costs
  • Interest may be tax deductible (check with your tax adviser)

Fixed Rate Option

  • Installment Loan
  • No Annual Fees
  • No Prepayment Penalty 

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Home Equity Line of Credit -- A low intro rate of 2.95% APR for 12 months! Apply today! 

A home equity line of credit works sort of like a credit card limit. You borrow only what you need, up to your 

preset limit, and pay interest only on what you borrow.

  • Low rates
  • Make payments on only your outstanding balance
  • Use for anything you'd like:
    -Home improvements
    -College funding
    -Debt consolidation -Dream vacation
    -Wedding expenses 
  • Interest may be tax deductible (check with your tax adviser)

Variable Rate Option

  • Line of Credit
  • No Annual Fees
  • No Prepayment Penalty

Apply Today!


CME Debt Protection

To help protect your family, erase your debt. 

Life can be wonderful. But it can also get complicated when unexpected things happen. Protecting your loan payments against death could help protect your finances.

This protection could cancel your loan balance or payments up to the contract maximums. Protect your loan payments today so you can worry a little less about tomorrow. 

To learn more, contact a CME Loan Officer at (614) 224-8890 or via email.


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