Home Equity Loan

The amount of ownership you have built up in your home over the years is referred to as home equity. If you are in need of cash in a lump sum, you can borrow against this equity with a home equity loan (aka "second mortgage"). Since the home is used as collateral, a home equity loan's fixed interest rate will often be much lower than the rate on a credit card or a personal loan. Another option is a home equity line of credit (HELOC), which commonly has an adjustable instead of a fixed interest rate, and a revolving credit line instead of a lump sum distribution.

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