Frequently asked questions
ComeHome is a national licensed real estate brokerage that has developed a robust and easy-to-use platform you can use to monitor the value of your home.
You are under no obligation to work with them to access the information and photos available through their website. If you are currently working with a real estate agent, this is not a solicitation of your business.
Vibrant has chosen to partner with ComeHome because we believe their technology provides our members with an invaluable tool in making decisions regarding the value of their homes.
Enter your address in the search bar to view your property. You'll be asked a series of questions to verify your identity, including information about the owner(s) and the name of the institution that holds the mortgage, if any.
Once you are verified as the property owner, you will be able to access additional information and tools to help you manage your property's value.
Once you verify your ownership, you'll be able to see detailed information about how much equity you've accumulated, see how your home's value has changed over time, and access calculators that will help you determine how future improvements can increase the value of your home, based on your neighborhood and market demand.
ComeHome can help you gather realistic expectations for how much your renovation will cost based on the experiences of people near you who have recently completed similar projects. It will also show you the projected value of your home once a project is complete. And, if you need additional funding to pay for your improvements, ComeHome will help you understand how much you can borrow and help you start the lending process.
You can begin the home equity lending process straight from ComeHome, or learn more about Vibrant's home equity options on our website.
There are several ways to access your home equity for cash. You can choose to refinance your mortgage and take cash out as part of that refinance. You can get a separate home equity loan and pay it back over 5 or 10 years. Or you can set up a home equity line of credit, where you can borrow what you need as you go.
Talk to one of our lending specialists to see which option is right for you.