Home Equity Loan Rates

Nominal Rates and Annual Percentage Rates are Accurate as of December 16, 2010

If you already have a Tempo Bank 1st Mortgage and you are planning to buy a new auto, pay for your children's continuing education, or you want to remodel your home by adding a room addition, a swimming pool, a patio or aluminum soffit, facia or siding, or what ever your home improvement plans call for, Tempo Bank's Home Equity/Home Improvement rates will fit right into your plans. If you do not have a Tempo 1st Mortgage please refer to Effective Local Community.

We post our rates as a convenience to you. Rates are subject to change without notice, when in doubt, please contact the bank.

Home Equity Loans:

One to Five Year Home Equity-Fixed Rate

Loan Amounts up to $20,000*:

Stated Term (Maximum) Amortization Period Nominal Rate Annual Percentage Rate
5 Year 5 Year Call For Rates Call For Rates

Six to Ten Year Home Equity-Fixed Rate

Loan Amounts up to #20,000**:

Stated Term (Maximum) Amortization Period Nominal Rate Annual Percentage Rate
10 Year 10 Year Call For Rates

Home Improvement Loans:

Eleven to Fifteen Year Home Improvement Fixed Rate

Loan Amounts over $20,000***:

Stated Term (Maximum) Amortization Period Nominal Rate Annual Percentage Rate Total Points
15 Year 15 Year Call For Rates 0.00%

* While interest is usually tax deductible, Tempo Bank strongly recommends that the borrower seek competent advice form their tax specialist regarding the deductibility of interest charged in conjunction with the loan products and rates described on this page.

What is "Odd Days Interest"?

Odd days interest is a variable interest charge paid at loan closing and represents interest due the lender from the date of loan disbursal to and including the last day of the month in which the loan was disbursed. This charge can be as little a 1 day or as great as 31 days depending upon that date loan funds are disbursed. In the above examples, 1 day odd days interest was used to perform the annual percentage rate calculation.

A Note About Nominal Rates and Annual Percentage Rates

While nominal interest rates and annual percentage rates are accurate as of the date specified for the examples provided, nominal rates and annual percentage rates can and will change periodically and could be different based upon the unique circumstances of every loan application filed and the differing characteristics of the loan products offered or selected by the applicant(s).

Although this page is reviewed and updated with current rate and index information no less frequently than weekly, delays and op-edits can occur. For current nominal rates and annual percentage rates we suggest that you contact us.