How do Chase Bank and SunTrust compare?
- Choose this lender for great in-person help at branches in 22 states
- Watch out for frustrating customer service online and over the phone
- A good option for borrowers who want a mortgage from a well-known bank.
- Choose this lender for access to a variety of government loan programs
- Watch out for frustrating customer service and billing errors
- A good option for low-income borrowers
- Home Equity
- Home Equity
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Minimum credit score
Available in all states
Not available in: AK, AZ, HI, OR
- Flexible application process
- Online tracking
- Other banking products
- Member discounts
- Low down payment options available
- Available online in English and Spanish
- Full-service banking
- Multiple fees
- Requires fair to excellent credit
- Limited branches for in-person service
- Not available in all states
- Higher than average interest rates
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