Ways to access the equity in your home
If you have sufficient equity in your home, you can use it to access cash. Your home acts as collateral for these loans or agreements.
- How to Take Equity Out of Your Home
- Best Home Equity Loans
- Best Home Equity Lines of Credit
- Best Home Equity Investments
- Best Home-Sale Leasebacks
Home equity reviews
Several companies allow you to access the equity in your home. Before moving forward with any company, it’s important that you review what it offers to ensure it offers you the best terms.
- Figure HELOC Review
- Hometap Review
- Spring EQ Home Equity Loan Review
- Unison Home Equity Review
- EasyKnock Home Equity Review
- List of Home Equity Companies
Other home equity resources
Latest on home equity:
A unique approach to home equity, Splitero invests in your home’s future value with no monthly payments and no minimum credit score required.
Truehold is a company that specializes in home-sale leasebacks, letting you sell your home but still live in it through a leaseback.
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If you’re researching ways to access your home equity, a home-sale leaseback is an option. Here’s how it works and what to know.
If you’re struggling to afford your HELOC, a HELOC modification agreement may allow you to change your monthly payment.
HELOC early disclosure forms are crucial. We explain how to read the form and ensure you don’t miss anything.
SECU HELOCs are available to eligible members and offer lines of credit for up to 90% of your primary, secondary, or investment home’s...
We reviewed Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU), a Texas-based lender offering home equity loans and...
Closing a home equity line of credit may be automatic if you've paid off the balance. You can also send your lender a...