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Pay off Debts - Cash out and Debt Consolidation

Refinancing and Debt Consolidation Loans

A Debt Consolidation Loan allows the borrower (home owner) to payoff all or a portion of existing debt (including the existing mortgage loan) from loan proceeds. Debt Consolidation is an excellent way to reduce your monthly payments while satisfying all of your credit obligations without the stigma of non-payment or bankruptcy. These loans can reduce your monthly bills by up to 70% and do away with all your existing credit card debt, loans and other bills. All of your bills will be consolidated into one single lower monthly payment. You may qualify for lower rates than regular home loans; also your interest may be tax deductible. This product offers home owners a better method of financing that will pay off debts and, if done right, permanently improve your financial situation. If you would like a free, no obligation analysis of your debts complete the form on this page.

Cash out Equity Loans

If you want to refinance and end up with cash in hand, a home equity Loan or cash out refinance is a common option. You can use your home as collateral to access money for whatever you need; consolidate bills, make home improvements, plan a vacation or buy a new car. Some equity loans often work like a line of credit similar to a credit card. There is also The Title I loan for individuals requiring funds for home improvement, but who have little or no equity in their property or who live in a state where equity loans are very limited.

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You can cash out your equity in your house for any need you may have, with a home equity loan, all of your options are open (i.e., college education, debt consolidation, home improvement, etc). This type of loan allows homeowners to acquire a loan in addition to their original mortgage/lien using a portion or all of the equity in their home (primary residence). Consider your specific overall financial goal carefully when thinking about refinancing as you will have many options. Before you decide on anything speak with two or more companies for a personal consultation but BEWARE OF MULTIPLE SUBMIT.

What if I don't own a home or qualify for a new loan?

If you do not own a home or qualify for a new loan there are special financial programs that will save you up to 50% of your bills and completely eliminate many other debts without borrowing more money. Very quickly you can get your payments reduced (usually 50% or more) for credit cards, store credit, repossessions, medical bills and other unsecured debts apply here for your free, no obligation analysis.