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can be my name not on the title house, but is on the home equity loan?
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You can be on the title to the home without being on the loan, but you cannot be on the loan without being on the title to the property. 

Feel free to reach out to me via my profile if you have any additional questions or concerns.  William J. Acres, Arizona's Mortgage Expert.

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If you are on any lien on the property you must be on title, you can however been on title and not be on the mortgage or line of credit.

If you are using the property as collateral against a loan then you must be on title.
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