Interest Rate RoundupMortgagesCDsAuto LoansHome EquityCredit CardsHome Equity5.56% (line of credit)7.16% (loan)Rates on home equity products split this weekThe average home equity line of credit, or HELOC, edged up 1 basis point, to 5.56 percent.Meanwhile, home equity loan rates fell 4 basis points, to 7.16 percent. That's the lowest rate since September 2005.-- Chris KissellSee all interest rates content advertisementRelated Links:National home equity loan rates for July 22, 2010Home Equity Rates for July 22, 2010National home equity loan rates for July 15, 2010Related Articles:Loan or line of credit?Home equity ratesHome equity rates
Rates on home equity products split this week
The average home equity line of credit, or HELOC, edged up 1 basis point, to 5.56 percent.
Meanwhile, home equity loan rates fell 4 basis points, to 7.16 percent. That's the lowest rate since September 2005.
-- Chris Kissell
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