We've got a lot to lend.
Trustmark offers a variety of loans for personal use. Whether you need to pay tuition, renovate your home, or any other worthwhile purpose, our loans feature different payment options to fit your needs.
For personal/family purposes
The installment loan repayment plan depends upon the purpose and amount of the loan. Payments are made in monthly installments (you choose a convenient monthly due date), either by mail, in person or deducted from a Trustmark account. A coupon book is provided for making payments.
Preferred Line of Credit
A line of credit for personal use
When you open a Preferred Line of Credit, funds are immediately available and may be used by individuals for personal use. Simply write checks to make your purchases, and keep track of your funds with a convenient monthly statement. Minimum line of credit: $2,001 to a maximum of $50,000. Minimum monthly payment: 3% of the outstanding balance, or $50 (whichever is greater).
The equity of your home pays off
Home EquityLine is a line of credit based on the equity you've built in your home. Use it to finance home improvements, pay for college, buy a new car, purchase a home theater for watching football games or pay off debt at a lower rate. Once you’re approved, Home EquityLine lets you use your line of credit at any time. Access your line of credit by using a special MasterCard® EquityLine Card just like you would use a regular MasterCard® credit card, and the amount of your purchase will automatically be added to your Home EquityLine balance.
A few words about the Community Reinvestment Act, Equal Credit and Fair Housing:
The Board of Directors and management of Trustmark Bank are committed to compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and will take the necessary actions to ensure that the bank continues to provide convenience and service to the communities in which it is chartered to do business.
Trustmark Bank will not tolerate illegal discrimination by any of our officers, employees or agents against any current or potential credit customer.