How It Works
A HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit) is a line of credit that allows you to tap into your home’s equity and borrow against it. This calculator will help you estimate the limit you could be approved for. Start by entering the value of your home. Next, enter the outstanding balance (what you have left to pay including interest) on your mortgage. Finally, adjust the LTV ratio to see your potential HELOC. The LTV ratio is a percentage, generally 80-90%, depending on the HELOC type. Check the loan's disclosure for details.
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