Interest rates for home loans are based on a number of factors. The most important factor is the loan-to-value that the loan or equity line will create. The higher the equity line, the more the loan will cost.

The total loan amount also determine the interest rate for many lenders. Typically the lower the loan amount, the higher the interest rates are going to be.

With an equity line of credit, an important factor is whether the borrower will be taking out funds when the credit line is established and whether the borrower is transferring or consolidating other debt expenses.

The last factor effecting rates is based on whether the borrower or the lender will pay closing costs. Some lenders give borrowers the option of a lower rate if they pay the closing costs, which include appraisal, attorney, recording, and other fees.

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