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What Your Home Equity Test Score Means
If You Score 15 Points or More...
You could be eligible for substantially more credit with a Home Equity Loan than other forms of borrowing. A lower score simply means that a lending officers will need to work a little harder to try and find a way to approve your loan request. With Home Equity Borrowing, you may also be able to save on taxes and interest, too. Of course, you'll need to consult your accountant or tax advisor about this.
This chart is for your information only. Loan self-tests do not include all of the factors considered in evaluating a loan request such as your payment history and your ability to meet your monthly obligations. Banks reserve the right of final loan approval.
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