Definition of Home equity credit

1. Noun. A loan secured by equity value in the borrower's home.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Home Equity Credit

home brew
home buyer
home care
home care agencies
home care services
home childbirth
home cinema
home cinemas
home computer
home computers
home country
home court
home ec
home economics
home equity
home equity credit (current term)
home equity loan
home field advantage
home folks
home free
home fries
home from home
home front
home game
home games
home ground
home guard
home health aides
home health nurse
home help

Literary usage of Home equity credit

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Consumers Resource Handbook 1994 by Polly Baca (1993)
"home equity credit Lines • Although a home equity credit line might allow you to take tax deductions you could not take with other types of loans, ..."

2. 1997 Consumer's Resource Handbook by Leslie L Byrne (1997)
"home equity credit Lines • Although a home equity credit line might allow you to take tax deductions you could not take with other types of loans, ..."

3. Consumer's Resource Handbook, 1996 by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"home equity credit Lines • Although a home equity credit line might allow you to take tax deductions you could not take with other types of loans, ..."

4. Problems Surrounding the Mortgage Origination Process: Congressional Hearing edited by Lauch Faircloth, Connie Mack (2000)
"The TILA disclosures at pre-application regarding home equity credit and ARM's could be combined with the RESPA Good Faith Estimate. ..."

5. Oecd Economic Surveys: Belgiu; 2007 by Oecd (2007)
"... second mortgage loan, reloading an existing mortgage loan, taking home equity credit lines, trading down to a smaller house, moving to a rental, etc.). ..."

6. Identity Theft: Prevalence & Cost Appear to Be Growing by Richard M. Stana (2003)
"Member institutions are active in consumer finance (auto, home equity, credit cards, and education), electronic retail delivery systems, bank sales of ..."

7. Interstate Banking: Experiences in Three Western States by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... and (2) some small businesses may obtain financing through home equity, credit card, 01 other types of loans not classified as commercial lending. ..."

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