There are lenders still offering I.O. loans on non owner occupied.
I have a lender that still offers up to 100% CLTV on investment properties.
Don Leske Sr / Property Management
be aware that if market value of your house is declining, then amount of equity loan might be less then that you might think.
if you good credit, solid job, getting equity loan should not be a problem besides the vlaue of your home.
Depending on the amount of equity You have in it, then You most certainly can. If you have not done so already, I would encourage you to contact Mid Atlantic Federal Credit Union for they have the most aggressive rates I have come across as well as minimal fees & they are a true pleasure to work with. If You would like to e-mail me I can send You the director of Lending's e-mail & I am certain that he will be able to help You.
Is good to Consult with Patti and see your options.
Real Estate Consultant
Also, if you are able to do it, you will need a high credit score, lower-ish loan to value, and debt to income ratios.
If you are interesting in discussing it, feel free to drop me a line. firstname.lastname@example.org
Best of luck!