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District of Columbia Home Equity Loans
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Home Equity Rates
PRODUCT +/- Rate Last week
30 year fixed Graph Icon Arrow 4.09% 4.16%
15 year fixed Graph Icon Arrow 3.25% 3.30%
5/1 ARM Graph Icon Arrow 3.28% 3.36%

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PRODUCT +/- Rate Last week
30 year fixed refi Graph Icon Arrow 4.09% 4.17%
15 year fixed refi Graph Icon Arrow 3.25% 3.34%
10 year fixed refi Graph Icon Arrow 3.15% 3.18%
PRODUCT +/- Rate Last week
60 month used car loan Graph Icon Arrow 3.20% 3.20%
48 month used car loan Graph Icon Arrow 3.18% 3.19%
60 month new car loan Graph Icon Arrow 3.44% 3.44%
PRODUCT +/- Yield Last week
6 Month CD Graph Icon Arrow 0.75% 0.71%
1 Year CD Graph Icon Arrow 1.24% 1.24%
2 Year CD Graph Icon Arrow 1.41% 1.41%
PRODUCT Rate
MMA and SAVINGS 0.58%
$10k MMA 0.57%
Interest Checking 0.43%

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District of Columbia Home Equity Loans


Borrowers in our nation’s capitol, the District of Columbia (D.C.) have plenty of home equity loan and home equity line of credit (HELOC) options. From financing home improvements in Capitol Hill (20210) to debt consolidation in Columbia Heights (20010); District of Columbia homeowners can choose from a home equity loan, home equity line of credit (HELOC) or may consider cash-out refinancing.

Borrowers who turn to cash-out refinancing take out a new mortgage that is larger than their old mortgage. D.C. borrowers use the new mortgage to pay off the existing mortgage and the leftover difference becomes the borrower’s home equity loan. Homeowners in D.C. who turn to cash-out refinancing typically access this product when the current interest rate is lower than their initial mortgage interest rate. D.C. residents interested in cash-out refinancing should ask their local lender about escrow services and a first mortgage pre-payment penalty clause.

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