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Home is with HCFCU

This January we’re asking our members to challenge our loan rates and let’s try and save you hundreds by helping you unlock the hidden potential in your home. A Home Equity loan might provide you funding for something important, or maybe we can help save you on a Mortgage loan? No tricks and no gimmicks. We’re just looking to help our members who might want a lower monthly payment or some extra cash. Our goal is to save our members’ as much money as possible on their loans, let’s see what we can do for you.

A Home Equity Loan at HCFCU…Makes the Most “Cents”!

Your home has hidden potential. Get up to 80% of your home’s value in available equity to do those much-needed renovations, repairs, or buy new appliances. Now is a great time to take advantage of the extra savings you can get with a Home Equity loan. Credit unions are known for giving you rates and terms in your best interest. Download the Home Equity packet to apply. We’ll work with you to figure out the type of loan that works best for your situation. With your home and the credit union…YOU ARE COVERED!

 Here’s why HCFCU & Home Equity is the way:

  • You can use the funds to increase the value of your home.
  • You can use the funds to increase your family’s comfort or save on energy costs.
  • You can use the funds for what you need most!
  • All Home Equity loans closed before February 28th are entered for a chance to win $250!1

Ask about our great rates and flexible terms! For our latest rates visit hcfcu.com/rates.

For questions, contact a loan officer today. You can learn more about our Home Equity options at hcfcu.com/loans/home-equity-loans OR Home Loans at hcfcu.com/mortgages.


1 Odds of winning depend on the total number of Home Equity loans closed during the promotional period of January 1st through February 28th. Two winners will be selected on or before March 6th and notified via email or phone number on file, then awarded through a direct deposit into the credit union account. All members are eligible for drawing if their loan closes prior to the promotional period end date and register on a new home equity loan or home equity line of credit reporting.
Additional Disclosures: All members must be in good standing at the time of drawing in order to qualify for the prize and over the age of 18. CU Members Mortgage has a contractual relationship with Harris County Federal Credit Union to perform mortgage origination services. Visit hcfcu.com/mortgages and click the link on site to request a copy of the HMDA disclosure statement and report. HCFCU is an Equal Housing and Equal Opportunity Lender. Your savings are federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. Rates are subject to change without notice. For the latest rates please visit hcfcu.com/rates or contact a credit union representative. Your actual Annual Percentage Rate (APR) will be based upon your individual creditworthiness, loan amount, the term of the loan and applicable prepaid items.

Want to win a $50 Fandango gift card?

Thinking of buying a home, or maybe you want to learn more about home ownership?

Complete our Home Ownership & Mortgages online education modules for a chance to win a $50 Fandango movie gift card. Contest period ends August 31st, entry is simple, and takes only a few minutes of your time.

Visit hcfcu.com/fec  and click on the Online Education Center button to begin registration. Complete your profile and the two modules at “100%” by August 31st to gain entry into the drawing. The winner will be notified via their contact information on file with the credit union and selected after the entry period ends.


All Auto, Home, & Home Equity loans closed through Sept 30th is entered into a drawing for a chance at a $100 gift card. 1 winner from each category selected!

Click the following links for more information on Mortgages, Home Equity, or Auto Loans. All Mortgages and Home Equity loans opened during August & September will also be considered for the drawing due to closing timelines. Ask your Loan Officer for details.