Smart loan solutions for every need and lifestyle.
Fixed Rate Loans
How much you need, how much you can afford, and how you use it, differ for everyone, and are very personal. So our experts can help you find the perfect solution — from variable rate lines that give you cash whenever you need it, to fixed rate loans that are great for financing major purchases or restructuring debt.
Whichever you choose, we try to make applying – and getting you a quick decision – as fast and easy as possible. You can find solutions for your borrowing needs here, in any Bryn Mawr Trust office, or by phone (610-525-1700).
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- ideal for big ticket purchases — home improvement, education, debt consolidation
- secured by the equity in your principal residence, second home or investment property
- variety of repayment terms available
- rate, and monthly payments, are fixed for the full term, so you can budget without worrying about rate fluctuations
- closing costs are typically less than for a mortgage
- rate can be reduced with automatic deduction of payments from a Bryn Mawr Trust checking account
- interest may be tax deductible (consult your tax advisor)
- like a Personal Credit Line, this loan is unsecured – no collateral required
- multiple repayment terms are available
- funds can be used for anything
- finance either a new or used car
- fixed rates for a variety of repayment terms
Whether it’s your first home, an up-size, a down-size, a vacation home or an investment property, we have programs to help you own it, maintain it and build its value over time. Go to our Mortgage section to check out our full array of Mortgage and Construction loan options.
Tools to Aid Your Financial Decision-Making
- How much car can I afford?
- How long will it take to pay off my credit card?
- How much do I need to save for college?
- How much will I need to save for a major purchase?
- How much can I afford to borrow?
- What is my loan rate?
- How long will it take to pay off my loan?
- How much will my loan payments be?
- Should I consolidate my loans?