home equity loans
home equity loans
by Amanda Thompson - 2006-12-01
Do you know that your home can get you finance on low rates? It is absolutely true that by placing your home as collateral with the lender, it is easy to procure funds. This way of availing funds is k...
by Finance Brand Blog - 2006-12-02
Second Mortgage Overview?Second mortgage is great and easy way to raise money for any purpose. A second mortgage simply means that the amount you borrow is secured by your property, in second preferen...
by Evelyn Miller - 2006-12-04
When you are selecting a split loan, you can customise the loan and take advantage of the various features that different financial loans have to provide. The features available with this type of debt...
by Scott Jangro - 2006-12-04
Not all home equity loans are equal. This is for several reasons. When people apply for a home equity loans, they are essentially applying for a second mortgage. They will receive a large sum of money...
by Albert Soong - 2006-12-04
Before you pay down your mortgage or decide that it isn't wise to tap into your home's equity, think twice. While you certainly want to avoid leveraging home equity to make risky investments, there ar...
by Art Nourian - 2006-12-05
A recent survey showed that over 90% of Americans who own a home consider their equity in their primary residence as the most important financial asset. This national survey released last month, reve...
by Daniel Roshard - 2006-12-12
Your home can help you raise cash. How? Home equity loans have become a popular way of raising cash. The amount that you owe for your house subtracted from its current appraised worth is the equity on...
by Evelyn Miller - 2006-12-12
One of the benefits of LMI is that persons who are believed to fall under risk classifications, such as the elderly or people with lower sums of money saved for a home deposit, have a better chance of...
by Ed Bagley - 2006-12-13
I told my son that normal closing costs for a re-fi of $148,638 at 6.5% for 30 years is $2,500. Total closing costs for his $134,999 proposed loan were $5,412, only $2,912 more. So I asked him "C...
by Evelyn Miller - 2006-11-15
To get you into your own home and into the property market sooner, many lenders can now accept loans of up to 100 per cent of the cost of a property. As property costs rise at a rate sudden than ...