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Simplify your finances with a new line of credit
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Most people with a HELOC in the US enjoy a credit line of $90,000 or more.*

Simplify your expenses

A Home Equity Line of Credit lets you use the equity you’ve already built in
 your home to simplify the expenses you’ve still got. For example:

Home
Improvements

Debt
Consolidation²

Major
Purchases

Unexpected
Expenses

You’re in good company. As of 2018, more than 8.7 million people had a HELOC in the US alone.*
What you get with a Home Equity Line of Credit:
  • Low Interest Rate
  • Fixed Rate Options
  • Flexibility in Monthly Payment
  • Borrow as Needed²
  • Secured by Your House
Low Interest Rate
A HELOC through Prosper may have a lower rate than credit cards or loans - ideal for debt consolidation or major purchases.
Fixed Rate Options
You can choose to “lock in” a fixed interest rate up to 3 times over the lifetime of your HELOC.**
Flexibility in Monthly Payments
Want to make interest-only payments?³ Want to pay everything off early?*** No problem.
Borrow as Needed²
Get the money you need whenever you need it via bank transfer and check. Only pay interest on what you use.
Secured By Your House
Because a HELOC is secured by your house, you may have access to more money at lower interest rates than with other products like a credit card or personal loan.
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affecting your credit score
2
APPLY ONLINE
Complete your
application in minutes
3
GET YOUR LINE
Access to a credit line
in weeks, not months
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Here's how your HELOC works:

Your HELOC is divided into two phases – a draw period followed
by a repayment period. There are advantages to each!

YOUR DRAW PERIOD

(up to 10 years)

YOUR REPAYMENT PERIOD

(10 to 15 years)

Borrow whenever you need via bank transfer, check, or a HELOC-card2
Pay down your balance in
manageable monthly payments
Option to make
interest-only payments3
Pay off your remaining
balance at any time***
Over 80% of people with a HELOC in the US currently have a FICO of 720+ *
Say hello to the possibilities with a new line of credit
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Frequently asked questions
  • What's a HELOC?
  • How is a HELOC through Prosper different?
  • What about variable rates?
  • How can I use my HELOC?
  • Is a HELOC secured or unsecured?
  • How is my equity calculated?
  • How is my max line calculated?
What's a HELOC?
A Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) is a line of credit you can access for a variety of things: debt consolidation, home improvements, major purchases (appliances, cars, RVs, boats, etc.), and many other expenses.
It works much like a credit card. But, because it’s secured by your house, you may be able to access more money at lower interest rates than with a credit card or personal loan.
HELOCs give you flexibility in your monthly payments. You can even make interest-only payments during the draw period (up to the first 10 years of your HELOC).³

How is a HELOC through Prosper different?
HELOCs typically involve a time-consuming application and verification process—including a hard credit pull that impacts your credit score just to see your offer.
We’ve streamlined and securely digitized that process, empowering you to get a HELOC in only a few weeks! Better yet, you can see your instant, personalized offer without affecting your credit score.

What about variable rates?
A HELOC through Prosper has a variable rate, meaning the interest you pay could increase or decrease. Changes to this rate are calculated by adding the margin identified in your credit agreement to the current prime rate (ie https://www.wsj.com/market-data/bonds).
During the draw period, you can make interest-only monthly payments with a minimum payment of $75. Paying more than the interest you owe will enable you to borrow additional money during the draw period. If you prefer a fixed rate option, during your draw period you can choose to “lock in” your rate up to three times.**
During the repayment period you'll pay down what you owe by making a monthly payment calculated using the interest rate in effect at the start of your repayment period. When rates decrease, less interest is due, so more of your monthly payment repays the principal balance. When rates increase, more interest is due, so less of your monthly payment repays the principal balance. In this case, you may need need make a single “balloon” payment to cover your unpaid balance in full at the end of your repayment period. For Texas HELOCS different rules apply: if the interest rate increases during your repayment period, then your monthly payment will also increase in order to repay your balance by the end of the repayment period.

How can I use my HELOC?
You can use your HELOC for a variety of things including home improvements, debt consolidation², major purchases (appliances, cars, RVs, boats, etc.), and even miscellaneous expenses.

Is a HELOC secured or unsecured?
A HELOC is secured by your house. This means your home acts as collateral for your line of credit in case you are unable to make your monthly payments (similar to how your house is collateral for a mortgage).
Because your line of credit is secured, the APR you receive may be lower than unsecured loans or credit cards.

How is my equity calculated?
Home equity is calculated by subtracting the amount of money you still owe on your house from the total value of your home. For example, if your home is valued at $300,000 and you owe $200,000 on your mortgage, your current equity is $100,000.
Most lenders will require you to have 10-20% of your home value remaining after you get your HELOC. So, in this example (depending on your creditworthiness and debt-to-income ratio) you could qualify for a HELOC of $40,000 with 20% of your home value remaining.
$100,000 (current equity) - $40,000 (HELOC amount) = $60,000 (20% of property value)

How is my max line calculated?
Your estimated maximum line amount is based on the amount of equity you have in your home, your creditworthiness, your debt-to-income ratio, and other factors.