Landscaping, xeriscaping, solar panels, home improvements, travel, education, and weddings are all great reasons for an Anything Loan . If you are a homeowner, you can use that fact to borrow money from us for any reason. Our Anything Loans feature a low, fixed rate, financing up to $30,000 and terms up to 10 years. Anything Loans can be used for:
- Solar panels
- Home improvements
- Vacations and trips
- Moving expenses
- Debt consolidation
- College or private school tuition
- Business purposes
- Vehicles - cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles
- Land purchase
Although an Anything Loan is attached to your property, we won't charge you most of the fees or closing costs normally associated with an equity loan. What's more, if your home is financed with us, we will give you our Loyalty Plus loan discount.
It's easy to apply - click below for our online application, give us a call or visit one of our branch locations.
The Anything Loan is only available for members with property in New Mexico. Members with property in other states may qualify for a signature loan at the same rate, for a maximum term of 5 years and maximum amount of $20,000
Anything Loan RatesAPR: Annual Percentage Rate. Rates subject to change without notice.
Loan rates and terms are determined by credit score, amount financed and other factors.
Anything Loans include our Eco and Home Improvement loans
|Term||APR* as low as||APR* as low as - with Loyalty Plus|
|up to 10 years||6.95%||6.70%|
*Rates and terms may vary. Subject to credit approval.
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