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A Home Equity Line of Credit (also known as a HELOC) is a line of credit extended to a homeowner who uses their home as collateral in order to obtain access to additional funds.  Once a maximum loan balance is established (maximum draw), the borrower may draw from the line of credit to spend at his/her discretion.  Interest is charged at a variable rate, which is usually determined by the market, but can be influenced by the homeowner’s credit and payment history.

 Once a borrower uses money against the line of credit, they can choose a repayment schedule that works for their financial needs, as long as the minimum payments are made monthly.  The interest rate on line of credit (HELOC) is calculated daily, rather than monthly, which makes these types of loans great for funding intermittent needs like paying off credit cards, car repairs/payments, home improvements, paying college tuition, or almost anything else you can think of! A fized-rate Home Equity Loan can also be used for a variety of purposes.
Learn more about the differences between a Home Equity Loan and a Home Equity Line of Credit.  

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A Home Equity Line of Credit (also known as a HELOC) is a line of credit extended to a homeowner who uses their home as collateral in order to obtain access to additional funds.  Once a maximum loan balance is established (maximum draw), the borrower may draw from the line of credit to spend at his/her discretion.  Interest is charged at a variable rate, which is usually determined by the market, but can be influenced by the homeowner’s credit and payment history.

 Once a borrower uses money against the line of credit, they can choose a repayment schedule that works for their financial needs, as long as the minimum payments are made monthly.  The interest rate on line of credit (HELOC) is calculated daily, rather than monthly, which makes these types of loans great for funding intermittent needs like paying off credit cards, car repairs/payments, home improvements, paying college tuition, or almost anything else you can think of! A fixed-rate Home Equity Loan can also be used for a variety of purposes. Learn more about the differences between a Home Equity Loan and a Home Equity Line of Credit.  

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