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Unlock the Equity in Your Home with a Home Equity Line of Credit


Calcasieu Teachers & Employees Credit Union offers our members many choices, and one of those choices is the option of having one loan that fits many needs. Our Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) provides you with a line of credit based on a percentage of the equity in your home. Often times the interest may be tax deductible, but you should consult your tax advisor to be sure this applies to you.

Need more information? Fill out the form below and someone from one of our HELOC specialists will reach out to you! You can also stop by any of our locations or call us at 337.433.4525.

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No matter what your financial goals may be, Calcasieu Teachers and Employees Credit Union has a loan option for you. Give us a call or stop by a branch to speak with a loan officer and start the application process today. Don't wait – take control of your finances and make your financial dreams a reality with a loan from Calcasieu Teachers and Employees Credit Union.


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1. Calcasieu Teachers & Employees Credit Union will pay all closing costs if member borrows a minimum of $10,000 on the initial advance and maintains the loan for a minimum of 12 months. If member pays loan off less than the 12 months, the member will be responsible for all the original closing costs (as disclosed at account opening). The Credit Union will only pay the closing costs for a home equity line of credit one time per borrower per dwelling.

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