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812. Estimated Home Equity Debt Outstanding, by Type and Source of Credit

[In billions of dollars (258 represents $258,000,000,000). A "traditional home equity loan" is a closed-end loan extended for a specific period that generally requires repayment of interest and principal in equal monthly installments. Such a loan typically has a fixed interest rate. A "home equity line of credit" is a revolving account that permits borrowing from time to time, at the homeowner's discretion, up to the amount of the credit line. It usually has a more flexible repayment schedule and a variable interest rate. Based on reports from lending institutions and data from the Survey of Consumers, a sample survey of households]

 
HOME EQUITY TRADITIONAL HOME
LINES OF CREDIT EQUITY LOANS
YEAR Total
All Commercial Other All Commercial Other
lenders banks sources lenders banks sources
 
1990 258 105 61 44 153 54 99
1991 262 114 70 44 148 53 95
1992 258 114 73 41 144 50 94
1993 261 110 73 37 151 49 102
1994 274 116 76 40 158 54 104
1995 299 123 79 44 176 61 115
1996 347 132 85 47 215 69 146
1997 420 152 98 54 268 76 192
1998 470 153 96 57 317 80 237


Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve Bulletin, July 1994 and April 1998; and unpublished data.

http://www.federalreserve.gov/rnd.htm



https://allcountries.org/uscensus/812_estimated_home_equity_debt_outstanding_by.html

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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