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Get building with a low-rate construction loan this spring

Get a low rate on a Town & Country Credit Union construction loan this spring and start building your dream home! This offer disappears on May 31, 2019, so don’t delay.

Take advantage of rates as low as 1.99% (6.56% APR) on new single-family construction loans

Building a home can come with its own uncertainties, but one thing you can count on is that Town & Country Credit Union is the local lending partner you need to make it happen. We offer:

  • Local Experts: Our lenders know the region. We’ve chosen to make this our home and we’re passionate about our local communities.
  • Local Underwriting: Decision-making happens right here with the people who know you.
  • Local Draws: The process for withdrawing funds is fast and easy, designed to keep your project moving forward.
  • Local Servicing: Questions on your construction loan? Just drop in or call your local lender for help.

Let’s get building. Together. Check out our online New Home Construction Guide here, apply online or give us a call today.


*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate is effective on applications received 2/22/19 through 5/31/19 for a new, single-family, owner-occupied construction loan with a 12 month maximum term. A $200,000 loan with a 12 month term and 11 monthly interest-only payments would result in payments from $0-$343 with principal and interest of $200,343 due at construction loan maturity. Payments do not include taxes and insurance if applicable. Rate and approval based on credit history and underwriting factors. Terms and conditions apply and are subject to change.