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A home equity loan, also known as a line of credit, could be a great option for Australian borrowers who want to take advantage of the equity they have in their current home. At RateCity you can carry out a search online to compare home equity home loans side-by-side, highlighting some of the best deals.

Home equity loans can be used for a range of reasons including, but not limited to, home renovation, to purchase another property or even to fit out your home with new furniture. The amount of equity you can borrow will be worked out by your lender who will calculate the current value of your home minus your existing mortgage balance.

Australian home owners could benefit from this type of home loan as it allows you to pay off the interest only but also offers the flexibility to make extra repayments, if you want to start paying towards the principal also. Generally you have access to redraw funds whenever you need it and for whatever purpose.

If want to make your home equity work for you start searching and comparing Australian home equity loans below.


​Nick Bendel is a senior property and personal finance writer for RateCity, and an experienced journalist with numerous writing credits to his name. To date. He covers property, home loans, credit cards, superannuation and other bank products, and loves getting elbow-deep in the latest ABS, APRA and RBA data.​


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