PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - Meredith Malpass from BayPort Credit Union talked about their "Retire My Mortgage" program.
Whether you're purchasing or refinancing, planning to retire soon, or just trying to eliminate debt, BayPort Credit Union is here to help.
-For a limited time only, BayPort is offering an unbelievable new mortgage loan program to qualifying members that will enable you to pay off your mortgage quicker, while taking advantage of low fixed interest rates.
-The "Retire My Mortgage" loan program is designed to allow you to pay off your mortgage before you retire, with a better interest rate and a shorter loan term.
-We also offer cash-out on refinances, up to 80 percent LTV, which you can use for college tuition, debt consolidation, home improvements, and more.
-You can even pick your loan term, up to 15 years.
-With mortgage interest rates on the rise, now is a great time to lock in and save with one of our low, fixed interest rates.
-For 10-year mortgages, we're offering 3.375% APR, with no discount points and no origination fee.
-For 15-year mortgages, we're offering 3.50% APR, with no discount points and no origination fee.
-When you choose the "Retire My Mortgage" loan with BayPort Credit Union, you'll also enjoy convenient automatic loan payments, no application fee, and you can close at any of our branch locations.
-Mortgage rates are rising, so these incredible interest rates will not last for long. Call BayPort Credit Union today, and tell us, "Retire My Mortgage!"
BayPort Credit Union is available to assist you with all of your mortgage loan needs, whether you're close to retirement, or just starting out. Give them a call at 896-8769, or visit them online.
You can also stop by any of the 16 BayPort Credit Union locations across Hampton Roads including the newest one at the Fox Hill Shopping Center in Hampton.
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