Get up to 80% Loan-to-Value ratio from your home equity with a HELOC hybrid mortgage!
A Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) is a loan that is solely based on the amount of equity built up in your home. A bank can provide you with an LTV of about 65% only, which is much lower rate than before. We can offer much more. We can get offers up to 80 percent LTV for you.
How to Apply for a Home Equity Line of Credit?
The application process for a HELOC is quite similar to that of a traditional mortgage:
- Provide income and tax statements
- Conduct a credit check for all applicants
- Get a professional home appraisal to determine your property value
How Much Can I Borrow?
If your home equity total value is between 75 and 80 percent of your home’s current market value, then you’ll meet the preference for most lenders. Depending on your credit score and your ability to prove you can afford the monthly payments, the actual amount you may be limited.
What Home Equity Borrowing Options Are Available?
There are four main types home equity borrowing:
Cash-out refinance. Get a brand new mortgage that is more than your existing mortgage. Use your new mortgage to pay off your existing one, and use the rest of the money for anything you want.
Home equity loan. Get a second mortgage and keep your existing mortgage.
HELOC. Keep your existing mortgage, but gain more flexibility through this form of borrowing, when compared to other borrowing options
Reverse Mortgages. If you are a senior, 62 years of age or older, apply for a reverse mortgage to borrow from your home equity.
What Is Home Equity Borrowing?
If you have an okay credit score, and proof of income, you can use the equity acquired in your home to secure a loan to borrow money at a low interest rate, for any reason. A HELOC reduces the risk in the eyes of lenders, since it’s a ‘secure’ loan.
Here Are Some Other Reasons to Get a HELOC Mortgage
Due to the several reasons listed below, a HELOC loan is a very practical financing option:
- It’s a flexible loan
- Use the money for home renovations or as startup capital for a new business venture
- Fund your child’s education
- Consolidate other high-interest debts
- Don’t pay interest right away
- Open-ended loans, access or withdraw funds as you need them
- Pay of your expenses and borrow again
- Make payments on your principal amount at your leisure
Home Worth $450,000
1st mortgage balance $330,000
Mortgage Payment $1560.00/month
Home Equity Line $50,000
New payment $291.25/month
Car Payments Paid
Credit Cards Paid
Store Cards Paid
You save: $1108.75/Month