Compare ways to access your home equity.
Home equity is the difference between your home’s market value and the amount you owe on your mortgage.
Home equity line of credit
Useful if you’re planning a major project with multiple purchases, a HELOC offers ongoing access to funds at rates lower than those of credit cards.
Home equity loan
A home equity loan is worth considering if you have a large, one-time expense, or if you want to consolidate debt and focus on paying it off. It offers fixed rates and a steady repayment schedule for the life of the loan.
A Smart Refinance lets you tap into your home’s equity for major purchases, debt consolidation and other one-time needs. It may also help you save money with no closing costs.
A cash-out refinance lets you access the equity in your home and get cash at closing. It’s a great way to get new mortgage terms and borrow funds for one-time expenses at the same time.
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Make your dream home a reality with a variety of financing options. From home repairs and fixes to remodeling and renovations, we've got home-improvers covered.
Get a rate estimate.
Home equity loans and lines of credit can be great ways to fund major purchases. Find out what rates could be available for you with our rate and payment calculator.
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With our streamlined application process, you can apply using your phone, laptop or other portable device. It’s simple to upload documents – no fax machine or trip to the bank necessary! And if you need to step away from your application, just save it to finish later.
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Still not sure if a home equity loan or line is better for you?
You may be able to access funds you didn’t realize you had in the form of a home equity loan or line of credit, as long as you have some equity in your home. Understand how they differ, so you can make the right choice. For home-improvers looking for more ways to pay for projects, explore all of our home improvement loans.