Personal Line Of Credit

Personal Line of Credit

Designed with your financial goals in mind.

LOWEST FIXED RATES WITH DISCOUNTS

2.25%–3.50% APR[2]

Refinance your debt — including student loans, home expenses and car loans — and fund your goals, all at one low fixed rate.[1]

LOWEST FIXED RATES WITH DISCOUNTS

2.25%–3.50% APR[2]

Discover the benefits of your Personal Line of Credit.

Get stability for now and flexibility for the future with a two-year draw period and a revolving line of credit.

  • Industry-low fixed rates

    Get instant peace of mind and an opportunity to save more in the long term with our low fixed-rate options.

  • Refinance existing debt

    Combine any of your existing student, auto or credit card debt into one convenient monthly payment.

  • Interest-only payments

    Pay interest only on what you draw for the first two years, and repay the full loan with your choice of term options.

  • Revolving access to credit

    Get convenient access to funds for large purchases. Plus, the amount you repay will be available to draw on again during the first two years.

  • No loan fees

    Pay zero loan fees. You won’t be charged origination, maintenance or prepayment fees — ever.

  • Your own personal banker

    Take advantage of tailored services from your dedicated banker, who will walk you through the process from start to finish.

See how First Republic compares.[3]

  • Annual Percentage Rate (with discounts)
  • Loan Size
  • Loan Term
  • Interest-Only Period
  • No Loan Fees (Origination, Maintenance or Prepayment)
  • Flexible Use of Funds

  • Personal Line of Credit
  • 2.25%–3.50% APR
    (fixed)
  • $60,000–$350,000
  • 7, 10, 15 years
  • 2 years
  • Student
    Loan
    Refinancing
  • 3.49%–7.02% APR
    (fixed)
  • $5,000–$500,000
  • 5, 7, 10, 15, 20 years
  • Personal Loans
  • 5.99%–35.89% APR
    (variable)
  • $1,000–$100,000
  • 2–7 years
  • HELOC
  • 2.99%–21.00% APR
    (variable)
  • $17,500–$1M
  • 30 years
  • 10 Years

How can you use a Personal Line of Credit?

student loan refinancing with personal line of credit

Refinance your student loans

Pay off your student loan debt faster, or save more over time, by refinancing at a new low rate.

personal line of credit for home expenses

Cover home expenses

Cover moving costs or make personalized improvements that could increase the value of your home.

refinance your car loan with a personal line of credit

Buy or refinance a car

Purchase your next car or refinance an existing auto loan to more favorable terms and lower fixed rates.

refinance your medical loan with a personal line of credit

Pay for medical or dental procedures

Get convenient access to funds to cover expenses for a medical or dental procedure.

consolidate credit card debt using a personal line of credit

Consolidate your credit cards

Simplify your finances by combining any of your personal debts into one convenient monthly payment at one low fixed rate.

personal line of credit for family planning expenses

Plans for your family's future

Whether you are thinking of starting a family now or want to put a plan together, you'll have access to the funds needed when you're ready.

pay your taxes using a personal lines of credit

Pay your taxes

Have cash on hand to manage large tax payments if you don’t have savings conveniently available.

1 how to get a personal line of credit step 1

Estimate your payments.

Tell us a little about yourself to estimate your new fixed rate and monthly payments.

2 how to get a personal line of credit step 2

Connect with a banker.

A personal banker will reach out to learn more about you and walk you through your options.

3 how to get a personal line of credit step 3

Complete your online application.

Submit your loan application from the convenience of your home with your personal verification documents.

Questions? We’re here to help.

  • What is the difference between a personal loan and a line of credit?
  • I’m looking to refinance my student loan debt. What happens if I get a Personal Line of Credit instead?
  • What should I use my Personal Line of Credit for?
  • Can I use this product to pay off or refinance my existing First Republic loan(s)?
  • How are my loan payments structured?
  • What amounts and term options are available?
  • What are the requirements to receive the lowest listed rates?
  • Are there any fees associated with the First Republic Personal Line of Credit?
  • How do I draw on my Personal Line of Credit?
  • Why do you currently not offer the Personal Line of Credit in my state?
  • Do I need to have multiple loans in order to refinance them with First Republic Bank?

Banking products and services are offered by First Republic Bank, Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender

1 Personal Line of Credit consists of a two-year, interest-only, revolving draw period followed by a fully amortizing repayment period of the remainder of the term. Draws are not permitted during the repayment period. This product can only be used for personal, family or household purposes. It cannot be used for the following (among other prohibitions): to refinance or pay any First Republic loans or lines of credit, to purchase securities or investment products (including margin stock), for speculative purposes, for business or commercial uses, or for the direct payment of post-secondary educational expenses. The terms of this product may differ from terms of your current loan(s) that are being paid off, including but not limited to student loans. By repaying such loans, you may permanently be giving up tax and repayment benefits, including forbearance, deferment and forgiveness, and you may not be able to reobtain such benefits if this loan is refinanced with another lender in the future.

Annual Percentage Rate. Rates effective as of June 15, 2020, and are subject to change.

Borrower must open a First Republic ATM Rebate Checking account. Terms and conditions apply to the Account. If the Account is closed, the rate will increase by 5.00%. Rates shown include relationship-based pricing adjustments of: 1) 2.00% for maintaining automatic payments and direct deposit with the Account, 2) 0.50% for depositing and maintaining a deposit balance of at least 10% of the approved loan amount into the Account, and 3) an additional 0.25% for depositing and maintaining a deposit balance of at least 20% of the approved loan amount into the Account.

Minimum $500 to open an ATM Rebate Checking account. A monthly fee (currently $25) will apply if a minimum monthly average balance of $3,500 is not maintained. Domestic and foreign ATM access fees are rebated at the end of the monthly cycle. Foreign currency conversion and other usage fees vary by country and network and are not included in the rebated ATM access fees.

Lowest advertised rates and pricing adjustments for First Republic Bank and competitors. Based on rates and product information listed on competitor websites as of 5/1/2020. Student Loan Refinancing Sources: SoFi, Laurel Road, and CommonBond. Personal Loan Sources: Marcus, SoFi, and Lending Club. HELOC Sources: Citi, Citizens Bank, and Bank of America.

Personal Line of Credit minimum is $60,000; maximum is the lesser of $350,000 or debt to be repaid at origination plus $100,000. Line of credit cannot be fully drawn at origination.

Contact your legal, tax and financial advisors for advice on deciding whether this is the right product for you. Terms and conditions apply. Product is not available in all markets. For a complete list of locations, visit the locations page. Applicants must meet a First Republic banker to open account. This is not a commitment to lend; all lending is subject to First Republic’s underwriting standards. Applicants should discuss line of credit terms, conditions and account details with their banker.

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