Put Your Home Equity to Work for You

Just about all measures suggest that home values have appreciated by a great deal. Estimates are for gains of 20 to 30 percent in home equity. That’s a lot of wealth that could be used to consolidate debt.

Proper use of debt consolidation could cut many years off the term of your mortgage, increase cash flow, and build a huge amount of equity to be used in the future. This is possible even if the interest rate on a new mortgage loan is higher than the current rate on your existing mortgage.

Now is the time for us to talk so we can evaluate what the possibilities are for you to tap into that equity and utilize it to reduce your debts and consolidate them – and perhaps even save many years of mortgage payments.

Contact a local advisor today and let’s get started!


Source: MBS Highway

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