Home Equity Loan

A loan secured by a second
mortgage on the homeowner’s principle
residence. Home equity loans are usually
one-time loans for a specific amount of money
obtained for a specific, and often non-housingrelated,
expenditure. Payments are made
according to the loan terms and interest is
usually tax deductible. Compare: Home Equity
Line of Credit.

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