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Home Equity Loans

Use the equity in your home and get a great rate on the money you need for a variety of uses such as home improvements, education, vacation or a new vehicle. And the interest you pay may be tax deductible—check with your tax advisor. The First National Bank & Trust of Newtown, with locations throughout Bucks County, offers home equity loans at very competitive rates.

Talk to lending specialist Connie Furman by email or by calling her at 215-579-3409, or visit your nearest branch in Newtown, Doylestown, Warminster, Richboro, Jamison, Langhorne, Levittown, Fairless Hills, Solebury, Washington Crossing, or Wrightstown to learn more about home equity loans from the bank that generations of Bucks County families have counted on since 1864.
Fixed Annual Percentage Rate Term of Loan
3.49% 36 months
3.74% 60 months
3.99% 84 months
4.24% 120 months
4.49% 180 months
5.49% 240 months
  • At 3.49%, the payment for each $1000 borrowed over a period of 36 months is $29.30.
    For a $20,000 loan at 3.49% for 36 months, the payment would be $585.95 per month.
  • At 3.74%, the payment for each $1000 borrowed over a period of 60 months is $18.30.
    For a $20,000 loan at 3.74% for 60 months, the payment would be $365.99 per month.
  • At 3.99%, the payment for each $1000 borrowed over a period of 84 months is $13.66.
    For a $20,000 loan at 3.99% for 84 months, the payment would be $273.28 per month.
  • At 4.24%, the payment for each $1000 borrowed over a period of 120 months is $10.24.
    For a $20,000 loan at 4.24% for 120 months, the payment would be $204.78 per month.
  • At 4.49%, the payment for each $1000 borrowed over a period of 180 months is $7.64.
    For a $20,000 loan at 4.49% for 180 months, the payment would be $152.90 per month.
  • At 5.49%, the payment for each $1000 borrowed over a period of 240 months is $6.87.
    For a $20,000 loan at 5.49% for 240 months, the payment would be $137.46 per month.

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For many homeowners, the house they live in is also the biggest purchase they will ever make, and it counts for a large part of their overall net worth. Borrowing against the equity you’ve earned in your home is a more affordable way to finance a major expense than using other sources of credit. However, it’s natural to feel a little nervous or have lots of questions to ask. Put your trust in the community bank that has served the residents of Bucks County longer than any other local financial institution. When you apply for a home equity loan from The First you can count on receiving personalized and knowledgeable service. You can also feel good about the fact that all of our profits are reinvested in the local economy through various lending products as well as charitable organizations we support.

Interest on a home equity loan may be tax-deductible. Please consult a tax advisor. Closing costs will apply. Loan is subject to credit approval.

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