Mortgages & Home Equity


Mortgages

1st & 2nd: Shipbuilders Credit Union can secure a rate for five years on the purchase of your new or used home. We also offer fixed and adjustable rates and no prepayment penalties.  

Home Equity: Are you looking for an affordable source of cash to add a new deck, renovate a bedroom or travel? Why not put the equity in your home to work for you? Apply for a Shipbuilders Credit Union Home Equity Line of Credit which allows you to use your money when and how you want.

Construction: Shipbuilders Credit Union offers a construction loan in which after 6-9 months, it becomes part of your regular mortgage. You only pay interest during the construction draw period. Fixed rate financing is available upon completion.

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The Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) Unique Identifier of any person originating a residential loan must be clearly shown on SCU’s website. 

Financial Institution NMLS # – 366211

Employee names and NMLS # are as follows:

  • Jeanne L. Brey – NMLS # 500818

  • Paul G. Eggert – NMLS # 460163

  • Sheri K. Lau – NMLS # 460337

  • Stacey A. Mangin – NMLS # 500863

  • Lynn F. Moore – NMLS # 500891

  • Max Steimle – NMLS # 1401338


Home Equity

Also called a second mortgage, a Home Equity Loan offers homeowners a smart and convenient way to borrow money against the equity in their homes. You can use the loan money for anything you wish – including home improvements, vacation expenses, a vehicle purchase and more! Interest rates are typically lower than for other types of loans and the interest paid on the loan could be tax deductible (consult a tax advisor).

Home Equity Loan options include:

  • A Second Mortgage where you receive the funds in a lump sump and you enjoy a fixed rate for five years with a balloon note.

  • A Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) which can be used for ten years and has a variable rate based on the prime rate. You only make payments on the amount you draw from the loan.