Home Equity Loan Fixed RatesFixed-rate home equity loan
When you want to tap into your Equity Express Home Equity line of credit but want the ability to predict fixed payment, take advantage of Fixed Equity Loan Options*. It is a comfortable way to turn all or part of your home equity floating line of credit into a fixed loan.
With up to five fixed interest equity mortgages at a single go and full use of the floating line of credit left, you'll be able to benefit from additional budget strength. Leverage your Equity Express's Fixed Rate/Equity Loan Options function to make large acquisitions such as energy-saving equipment, home renovation, educational financing and more.
The Equity Express line of credit may contain a fixed-rate function that is applicable to options on fixed-rate loans. Fixed Rate Equity Loan Options can be added at your option, provided that you and all of the above mentioned Borrower on the Equity Express Accounts perform the Equity Express with Fixed Rate Equity Loan Options Supplement to the Equity Express Loan Agreement.
Where is the distinction between a fixed-rate mortgages and a home loan?
Loan is a loan with which you can buy a home. Interest rates are fixed over the entire life of the mortgages - for example, fifteen or thirty years. As a rule, buyers can lend up to 80% of the estimated value of the real estate. The homeowner makes monthly mortgages and finally pays back the debts (with interest accrued) to zero when the life of the loan expires.
While you are disbursing your mortgages, you reduce your debts and thereby increase your equity (i.e. the amount of your house you own free and debt-free), provided that the value of your house remains stable or increases. Since you are accumulating equity in your home, a local financial institution will often allow you to lend against this equity at current interest rates.
Keep in mind that in a fixed-rate mortgages your interest is fixed for the entire duration of your loan. Over the years and as you accumulate equity, interest rates will vary. Let's assume 10 years later you want to rent against the equity in your home. Banks can provide you with an equity line with an interest rating that mirrors the actual interest rates separately from what you pay with your mortgages.
This line of line of credit can be used for anything you want as the value of your home is the security for the loan. To some extent, a home equity loan is like taking out a second home loan, except that you do not use the loan to fund your home buying. Use the value of your home to buy something else.
Therefore, you must be very cautious with these kinds of loan because they increase your debts and endanger your home if you find yourself incapable of paying. Such as a mortgages, if you get into arrears, the house can be seized by the house and sold to the house to collect the debts.
A lot of home equity loan users often do this in order to refurbish their houses, on the assumption that it will increase the value of the home. They can also use a home equity loan to bank debts from a high-priced debit cards or a college loan for lower interest rates.
Never use a home equity loan to get you to go beyond your means.