Smart credit solutions for every need and lifestyle.
Lines of Credit
How much credit 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).
Click on a solution below for additional information:
- Use for any need, from emergencies to home improvements, to paying off more expensive credit card debt
- Borrow up to 80% of the equity in your home
- Rates are variable, and interest may be tax deductible (consult your tax advisor)
- Easy access by special check, or telephone transfer
- For current rates on any of our multiple HELOC programs, contact us
- Secured by a Bryn Mawr Trust Certificate of Deposit and certain types of Trust Accounts and marketable securities.
- Flexible repayment options: traditional principal plus interest, or interest only, with principal due at maturity.
- Variable rates
- Unsecured – no collateral required
- For any need, any time
- You have ready access to cash via special check
- Choose Visa or American Express consumer credit cards.
- Find the Card That’s Right for You! Several different cards available to suit your specific needs.
- Choose cards offering Bonus Rewards, Cash Back and Travel Rewards. Select from cards offering a longer Intro Rate and cards to help build your credit.
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?