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Getting advice and counseling.

If you need to talk to someone about your home equity loan, the best place to start is often with a friend or a family member who has taken out a home equity loan. Ask them about their experience and tell them about the home equity loan you are considering. You can benefit from their advice and recommendations and they can evaluate the loan you are considering.

You can also get counseling for free. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD, sponsors housing counseling agencies that provide free counseling services. Counseling services can help with any part of your loan process including reviewing your financial situation, reviewing your loan terms, informing you of your rights and directing you to legal services. More on free counseling.

Of course, lawyers, tax experts and financial advisors can also give you information in their areas of expertise about your home equity loan.




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