A home equity loan is also known as a second mortgage. This type of loan applies to people who have paid off a substantial portion of their first mortgage. As a homeowner, you may borrow against your equity in your home. If you then use the funds to extend or substantially improve the home, the interest on the loan may be tax-deductible, according to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
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