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Home Equity and Your Individual Need | Written by Jessica | Home Equity Loans

Since home equity is basically the value of your home and the amount of money that you have invested to pay against it, it is important for borrowers of home equity loans to remember that their loans are secured by their houses. This means that if you break any part of the agreement and Read the rest of this entry »

Home Equity Loan and Credit Insight, by Home Equity Loans Editor

Borrowing against your house may be a good thing if you are looking to get some money to pay off a debt or pay for college  BUT borrowing against your house in the form of a home equity loan mortgage means that you will have to put your house on the line as collateral –  This means that the home equity credit that you get from home equity lenders has to be paid off properly, on time and in full in the long run.  Read the rest of this entry »

Finding the Best Home Equity Loan and Line of Credit

When you speak of home equity, it is important to know exactly what the term ‘home equity’ really is. Home equity refers to the difference between the fair market value of your home and the mortgage balance that is left on your house. Read the rest of this entry »

NEW Article by Home Equity Loans site titled Home Equity and What It Really Is

Before getting a home equity loan, it is vital for you to know the basics about what home equity is and why people avail of it. Basically, home equity is the value of your home and the money that you have paid for that value. This means that your home equity is the difference between the appraised market value of your house and  Read the rest of this entry »

Home Equity Lines of Credit: The Good and the Bad ; By Home Equity Loans Editor

When you get a home equity loan, there are two types that you can avail of: a home equity line of credit or a bulk home equity loan. The difference between the two is that the home equity loan will allow you to get the full amount of a loan in bulk which uses your house as collateral. Read the rest of this entry »

Just a few Common Home Equity Loan Scams to avoid

For homeowners who have a large equity on their homes already – it is best that you beware of some of the biggest swindles that many lenders can pull on you. There are so many scams nowadays that involve home equity loans that many people are losing their homes without proper reason. Read the rest of this entry »

Most people have found that home equity loans are a good way to find money when you are in financial difficulty. The main reason is that they are easy to obtain. Even if your credit rating is not very good, many lenders are now willing to give you an equity loan as they have good collateral in your house. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Get the Best from your Home Equity – By: Editor, Home Equity Loans

Your home is one of your best possessions. It most probably is your biggest asset and is the one you love most. It is possible that you purchased your house just after your marriage. When any couple buys a house at a time like that, they Read the rest of this entry »

Home Equity Loan April 2010 Lender Spotlights

By Home Equity Loans

We have put together a list of Three more trustworthy lenders, banks and companies offering home equity loan offers and Home Equity line of Credit (HELOC) to consumers during this recession … or is it a depression our whatever the economy is in?

Before you visit any of the lenders, take a moment to review Wikipedia’s home equity loan page. It is very informative and an easy read. Read the rest of this entry »

Is home equity loan lending increasing or declining? written by; Editorial, Home Equity Loan Insight

Many consumers are becoming increasingly unhappy with the lack of home equity loans being issued. As property values artificially increased in 2005, there seems to be a delay with the housing marking rebound. This leaves many homes with decreased equity in their homes as many factors come in to play when applying for a home equity loan. Is your surround neighborhood seeing increases or decreases in their property values. Read the rest of this entry »