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Mortgage Library -- Home Equity Loans and Home Equity Lines

Home Equity Loans and Home Equity Lines

Using Equity to Your Advantage

Home Improvement Loans:

FHA Title I Home Improvement Loan One of FHA most frequently used loan programs. Eligible improvements, maximum loan amount, loan terms, interest rates, how to apply..

Section 203(k) FHA Loan The program allows you to purchase or refinance and rehabilitate (and/or repair) an existing one-to-four unit dwelling. Program description and eligibility requirements.

Fannie Mae HomeStyle Mortgage HomeStyle mortgage allows you to finance both the purchase of a new home and improvements in one loan. Benefits and key facts.

Government Publications:

Second Mortgage Financing (FTC) This brochure provides answers to some common questions about shopping for a second mortgage or home equity loan.

Home Equity Credit Lines (FTC) Lenders are offering home equity credit lines in a variety of ways. Select the home equity credit line best tailored to your needs.

What You Should Know About Home Equity Lines of Credit (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) The brochure explains what you should look for when shopping for a home equity line.

Getting a Loan: Your Home as Security (FTC) When you use your home as collateral for a loan, Truth in Lending Act gives you the right of rescission -- the right to cancel the credit transaction within three business days. The brochure explains details.

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