Home Improvement Loan Special | Equity Loans & Lines of Credit

Blackhawk Bank's Home Improvement Loan Special features a low interest rate and easy terms. Update your home and improve your property!

  • Flooring
  • Furniture / Appliances
  • Cabinets
  • Deck
  • Outdoor Lighting & Landscape
  • Patio
  • Pool
  • Siding / Windows
  • Driveway / Sidewalks

Apply by stopping by any office of Blackhawk Bank. Amounts for this Home Improvement Loan Special range from $5000.00 to $25,000.00; length of term varies. Loan to be secured by a mortgage on the property with a fixed Interest Rate / Annual Percentage Rate (APR) & Terms for easy monthly payments. 

Get 0.50% off the interest rate with a Blackhawk Bank checking account. Get another 0.50% off for making automatic payments from your Blackhawk checking. Save up to 1.00%! 

Home improvements for primary residence only. Requires signed Property Improvement Statement. Use your Property Tax Assessment or recent Blackhawk Bank Appraisal (less than 365 days old.) 


More ways to put your home's equity work for you:
A Home Equity Line of Credit, or a Home Equity Loan

With equity in your home, qualified borrowers can become pre-approved for just about anything – home improvements, a dream vacation, an investment opportunity. The equity in your home provides on-the-spot financing. Just write a check – up to your approved amount – from your Home Equity Line of Credit account. Use your entire line of credit, or just a portion of it.

If you like the certainty of a fixed rate and term, a Home Equity Loan is right for you. You’ll have a set payment for a specified term for assets like a new kitchen or added living space.

A Personal Banker can help you leverage the equity in your home. Call 800.209.2616.

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