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Select Checking Benefits

After opening your SunTrust Mortgage, contact your dedicated Relationship Specialist to open a Select Checking account with SunTrust Bank. To jumpstart your savings, be sure to select the paperless option with SurePay. When you choose Select Checking and go paperless with SurePay you open the door to additional benefits.

To take advantage of this special offer, contact a Mortgage Loan Officer or a Relationship Specialist for details on how to sign up and earn your rewards.


1You can receive a 0.25% interest rate reduction off the standard rate of a consumer loan or line of credit if your payment is automatically deducted from a qualifying SunTrust checking, savings, or money market account using SurePaySM. For the Access 3 Equity Line, this interest rate reduction does not apply to promotional rate advances, Fixed Rate/Fixed Term (Option 3) advances, or during the Repayment Period.

All loan and line discount offers are subject to change. Offer for new and refinanced eligible consumer loans and lines of credit, as well as for credit line increases. Relationship pricing discount is not available on existing consumer loans or lines of credit. Relationship pricing discount may not be applicable for all products. Consult your banker for details.

2Sufficient funds must be in your bank account at time of automatic debit.

3Benefit to the consumer in the form of building equity is through extra payments applied to principal only. Equity gains assume property values remain stable. The number of months of early repayment achieved by enrolling in this program depends on the overall length of time remaining on your mortgage term, with longer remaining terms generating greater benefit. Consult with a professional financial advisor when considering switching to a bi-weekly mortgage payment schedule.

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