Home Loans

We'll make sure you're right at home

Whether you're buying your first home or looking to improve the one you're in, getting a home loan can be a big undertaking. We'll provide you with the guidance to determine the loan type that best fits you, helping you consider not just your immediate needs, but also your long-term plans.

Mortgages

We offer a number of mortgage types including primary residence, affordable housing, and first-time home buyer loans, as well as those for second homes, construction, mobile homes, and more.

Get to know your mortgage options, including special programs for veterans and low- to moderate-income individuals and families.

Home Equity Loan and Line of Credit

Leveraging the equity in your home, either through a loan or a line of credit, can be an effective way to access funds. A Home Equity Loan provides a single, lump sum paid off over a set amount of time, at a fixed rate, via monthly payments.

By contrast, a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) allows you to borrow up to a certain amount for a period of time determined by your lender. During that time, you can withdraw funds as you need to. You pay back the amounts you borrowed—at a variable rate that fluctuates over the life of the loan—and those funds become available again should you want to use them.

Northfield Savings Bank doesn't charge application, appraisal, or closing cost fees on your Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit, so you can invest that money where it's most needed.

For questions and support with Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit, please visit your local branch.

An NSB Home Equity Loan offers: 

  • No application fees, appraisal fee, or closing cost
  • Loan amounts from $10,000 and up
  • Competitive rates
  • Possibility of tax-deductible interest (please check with your tax advisor)
  • Fixed rate, fixed term, and fixed payments for the life of the loan
     

An NSB Home Equity Line of Credit offers:

  • Variable rate tied to prime rate (as published in the Wall Street Journal Money Rate section)
  • Loan amounts from $10,000 and up
  • Revolving account feature; you can borrow and repay repeatedly
  • Possibility of tax-deductible interest (please check with your tax advisor)
  • Draw period is 12 years, followed by a repayment period of 15 years

You are required to maintain homeowner's insurance, and flood insurance if applicable, on the property.

 

Don't know where to begin? Our loan calculators are a great place to start.