Tapping Your Home Equity

Learn about you financing options, tax advantages and how to shop for the best loan for your needs.

Home equity loans and lines of credit are increasingly becoming the debt of choice for big-ticket purchases, such as home improvements, college tuition, new cars and even paying off other debt.

It's easy to understand why. Interest on most home equity loans is fully deductible on your tax return while interest on other forms of consumer debt is not.

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