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Lenders who offer low interest home equity loans tend to have higher qualifications than those lenders who offer higher interest home equity loans. In most cases you will need to have superior credit in order to qualify for these loans. Therefore, if you have a credit score under 700 you most likely won't qualify for a low interest loan. However, every lender will have a different cut off rate.

The next thing that you will need to qualify for low interest home equity loans is the correct kind of income statistics. Lenders look at three different aspects of your income. First they look at what type of income you have. Generally if you are self-employed you will have a tougher time finding a lender to work with then if you have a regular job. Secondly lenders look at how long you have had your current job or business. Most lenders require that you have been employed at least a year with your current employer before they will consider you for a loan. Finally they will look at how much you make in a year and how consistent your income is.

The third thing that lenders will look at when you apply for low interest home equity loans is how much your home is worth and how much equity you have in your home. If you have a lot of equity in your home then you will probably find it easier to find a good home equity loan. However, if you purchased your home only a few years ago and you don't have a lot of equity yet then you may have to search for a lender that offers both low interest rates and a 125 percent home equity loan.

If you don't qualify for low interest home equity loans right now there are things that you can do to help yourself qualify for a loan later on. First you should request a copy of your credit report. Review the report and look for errors. If you find a mistake right to the credit reporting agency and inform them of the mistake. Next you can improve your credit rating by paying down your credit cards. Start with the newest credit cards first as they carry more weight than older debts do. Finally, if you were denied because of an employment problem then you can try to correct the problem. You may want to take a second job, or simply wait a year to meet the lenders employment longevity requirements.

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