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Debt Consolidation
Consolidate your credit cards, auto loans, home equity loan, and personal loans into one easy low payment. Lower Monthly Payments High Loan Amounts—up to $200,000 Tax Savings— consult your tax advisor to see how much you could save

Present Situation
You Presently have a lot of equity in your home and your mortgage interest rate is near or higher than today's cashout refinance rates

Recommendation
A cash out refinance will allow you to finance the loan at a lower interest rate than a home equity loan. A cash out refinance will pay off your current first mortgage and provide you with additional money to use at your discretion such as paying off existing loans. The amount of your current mortgage plus the additional amount you would like to take should not exceed 80% of your home's value. Consolidate your high-rate debt or refinance your home with a fixed rate first mortgage.

Present Situation
You presently have a lot of equity in your home and your mortgage interest rate is much lower than today's rate

Recommendation
A home equity loan from A-Debt-Consolidation-Loan.com is your best bet. Home equity loans generally have a higher interest rate than a cash out refinance, but you will only be paying the higher interest rate on the new loan amount, since you will keep your first mortgage with the lower interest rate. Take advantage of Guaranteed fixed rate and monthly payment, with loan amounts up to 100% of the value of your home, after subtracting your first mortgage balance

Present Situation
You presently do not have a lot of equity in your home. (Maybe No Equity)

Recommendation
A 125 % home equity loan from A-Debt-Consolidation-Loan.com is your best bet. A home equity loan allows you to borrow up to 125% of your home's value. We offer Guaranteed fixed rate and monthly payment, with loan amounts up to 125% of your home's current value, after subtracting your first mortgage balance. You may borrow up to 125% of the value of your home, after subtracting your first mortgage. Most banks limit you to 80% to 90% of your home's value. Loan amounts range from $20,000 to $75,000 or more.


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