Home Equity Line
A home equity line has an interest rate tied to the Prime Rate and allows you to take home equity out of a property. You incur interest costs only on the home equity taken out. An interest only Home Equity Line will lower your payment. For difficult to verify income, a stated income Home Equity Line is available. A Home Equity Line with no closing costs is available as well.
A major advantage of the home equity line is that your interest costs are generally tax deductible. A comparison between the after tax costs of the home equity line and any consumer loan should be done before any major purchase. Please give me a call if you need help with the calculation.
We can lend up to 100% of the home equity in your home but understand that the interest rate will be somewhat higher if your home equity line is over 90%(combined first trust and home equity line) of the value of the property. We will allow up to a 50% home equity line Debt to Income ratio (DTI) with good credit. Please see the link below for more information on qualification ratios.
Common uses of a Home Equity Line
Read more about Home Equity Line Closing Costs
Learn more about the tax considerations of a home equity line
I have also included a page on how to calculate your mortgage ratios.
I have also included a page on mortgage documentation requirements.
Learn about the differences between home equity loans and lines
Wet offer you the ability to qualify and close into several unique mortgage programs which accommodate borrowers with non traditional income or asset situations.
* I have included a section on the new Cash Flow ARM. A LIBOR based product which gives you complete flexibility in managing your mortgage.
The new Asset Manager is a creative product which gives you complete control over your mortgage as well.
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