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* APR is Annual Percentage Rate based on excellent credit. Your actual may vary based on your factors. All loans subject to credit and property approval. Subject to change or cancellation without notice. Check with an Amplify Real Estate Loan Specialist to determine the rate for which you qualify. Consult the Texas Home Equity Early Disclosure for more information. Under Texas law, the combined loan-to-value (CLTV) cannot exceed 80% of your home's value. Payment Example: A home equity loan of $50,000 for 15 years at a simple interest rate of 4.00% would equal a payment of $371 per month with an APR of 4.06%. Please refer to our calculator to estimate your actual payment. Taxes and insurance for escrow payment are not included; your actual payment obligation will be higher.Property insurance required. Amplify membership required.