You can borrow the smaller of your vested share or up to 50,000. They will charge you interest on what you borrow (ask your HR department what the rate is). The term for a home purchase may be around 15 years.
I'm generally not in favor of 401(k) loans. Remember, the money in your 401(k) is pre-tax and you will be repaying the loan in post tax dollars. Basically, the money you use to pay back the loan (and interest) will be taxed
I would start by talking with the HR department at Maronda. As another option, your statement may have a "contact us" number where you can call and get the Third Party Administrator to update your information and get you
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