A HELOC is a home equity line of credit. It is a loan, using your home as collateral, that lets you borrow up to a certain amount, rather than a set dollar amount.
Compare HELOC rates from lenders
Determine how big a line of credit you may qualify for
Learn the differences between home equity loans and HELOCs
Learn how to get the best HELOC rate
Can you refinance your HELOC?
Serial refinancing is not ideal, but it’s hard to argue with locking in at today’s low rates.
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If you use a HELOC from your rental property to pay for your primary home, you can’t deduct the interest.
A longer time horizon makes the certainty of a fixed-rate mortgage more appealing.
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