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Home Equity Loans & Lines of Credit

Home Equity Total Line of Credit

With a Johnson Bank Home Equity Total Line of Credit you can take advantage of the equity you have built into your home for home improvements, a new vehicle, debt consolidation or other borrowing needs. While a traditional home equity line of credit features a variable interest rate, our solution allows you to lock in a fixed rate on all or a portion of your loan.

Home Equity Loans

A fixed rate Home Equity loan is a great way to pay for home improvements or consolidate debt. You will have the security of knowing your payments will be the same each month and the interest paid on your home equity loan may be tax deductible.*

Benefits Home Equity Line of Credit Home Equity Loan
Protection Use the fixed rate option in an uncertain rate environment and when you want to know your payment will be the same each month. {{alt}} {{alt}}
Flexibility Enjoy access to your line of credit. You may also choose to lock up to five loans at a time. As you pay down your balance you will replenish your available line of credit. {{alt}} N/A
Convenience Access your line of credit for purchases with your Johnson Bank Line of Credit card. Similar to a debit card, your funds are withdrawn from your line of credit. {{alt}} N/A
Tax Deductible Interest paid on your home equity line of credit may be tax-deductible.* Consult your tax advisor for specific advice. {{alt}} {{alt}}

*Interest may be tax‐deductible. Consult your tax advisor for specific advice.

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