Home Equity Installment Loan
If you have equity in your primary or secondary residence and want to borrow money, you may be eligible for a Home Equity Installment Loan, also called a Home Equity Loan. With this loan, funds are available as a single lump sum. And, unlike credit card interest, home equity interest can be tax deductible (consult your tax advisor for details).
Whether you’re looking to lower debt, pay for a big one-time expense, or have funds for college tuition, Kish offers flexible loan terms for your needs. And with competitive fixed rates, you get peace of mind knowing the rate on your loan will never change.