Borrowing Against Your Home May have its Benefits

 

Did you know there are two types of home equity loans: fixed rate and lines of credit. Both loan types are offered with loan terms that generally range anywhere from 5 to 15 years and require the borrower to repay the loan in full if the home against which they are borrowed is sold.

 

Though there are borrowing and term similarities, each loan has its differences. A home equity loan (also known as a second mortgage) is a fixed amount that you borrow to be paid off over a certain number of months, while the home equity line of credit (HELOC) is a variable rate. Much like a credit card, a HELOC pre-approves you, the borrower, for a certain spending limit of which you may withdraw.

 

 

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