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Answered 2007-02-28 21:52:12

You should ask your banker or mortgage lender if you can do that. If your debt to income ratio is to high you will be declined for a loan. I know with our money we were better off paying our car loans that got us a better interest rate then putting down a down payment and having debt we would have had a bigger interest rate. Now, if your other house is paid down enough where you will still come out ahead after paying back the home equity then it probably wouldn't matter.

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