How to Convert Your Equity into Cash
Scott Griffin Financial, Inc
Scott Griffin Financial, Inc Los Angeles, CA
Published on January 2, 2020

How to Convert Your Equity into Cash

Verify my mortgage eligibility (Dec 2nd, 2020)

Today, let’s talk about the ways that home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) can benefit you as a homeowner.

 

Verify my mortgage eligibility (Dec 2nd, 2020)

Unlike a traditional mortgage, with a home equity line of credit (HELOC), you’ll only be charged interest on a given month based on the amount that you’ve used. That means, as you use the HELOC or pay it back, your interest cost will adjust every month based on the outstanding amount. This is a cool tool to have just in case you find opportunities later in life in which you want to participate.

Another great aspect of HELOCs is that they can help you reduce your monthly payments for various expenses like credit card debt or renovation projects.

 

Verify my mortgage eligibility (Dec 2nd, 2020)

      This is a cool tool to have just in case you find opportunities later in life in which you want to participate.

 

Verify my mortgage eligibility (Dec 2nd, 2020)

Also unlike a traditional mortgage, a HELOC is an invitation to make a larger payment. You wouldn’t necessarily make an incredibly large mortgage payment, because any extra payment is permanent—you can’t have it back later if you need it. HELOCs invite you to make large payments to reduce the cost of interest, and the payments aren’t permanent. This is a great way for you to save money using strategies that I would be glad to help you design.

The final key difference between a traditional mortgage and a HELOC is that most HELOCs are delivered to you at no cost. Oftentimes, banks will pay the cost in its entirety.

Bear in mind, though, that not all equity lines are produced the same. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me for more information and guidance on how to best use a home equity line of credit. We can discuss this or other strategies based on your circumstances. Let’s learn what’s possible together!

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