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FIXED RATE HOME EQUITY LINES OF CREDIT

Do you or someone you know need a line of credit for a current or future need? Talk to me at Trustco Bank – a fixed rate Home Equity Line of credit is a great product to have in place for that need, free appraisals, no closing costs and can be done entirely on line if needed. This is a permanent product recently added to our mortgage programs. Call 914 722 2640 or email me and I will go over all the details.

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