Cash Out Re-Financing;
Strictly speaking all refinancing of debt is "cash-out", when funds retrieved are utilized for anything other than repaying an existing lien.
In the case of common usage of the term, cash out refinancing refers to when equity is liquidated from a property above and beyond sum of the payoff of existing loans held in lien on the property, loan fees, costs associated with the loan, taxes, insurance, tax reserves, insurance reserves, and in the past any other non-lien debt held in the name of the owner being paid by loan proceeds.
Example of Cash Out Refinancing
A homeowner who owes $80,000 on a home valued at $200,000 has $120,000 in equity. That equity can be liquidated with a cash out refinance loan providing the loan is larger than $80,000. The owner could use the refinance loan to pay off the original mortgage and could then pocket whatever money is left over.
The total amount of equity that can be withdrawn with a cash-out refinance is dependent on the mortgage lender, the cash-out refinance program, and other relative factors, such as the value of the home.
Construction loan is any loan where the proceeds are used to finance construction of some kind. Construction loans are the easiest, most affordable way to finance your renovation. Here’s how it generally works:
The home is appraised once up front based upon the future value utilizing the plans and specifications.
During construction period ( up to 12 months) following the closing, you’ll pay interest only on funds you borrow.
After construction is completed your loan with convert to permanent financing with principal and interest payments, at the same rate you initially locked at application and closed at.
With only one financing transaction, you’ll save time and money. There’s a one-time loan qualification and one set of closing costs.
Equity loan is a mortgage loan in which the borrower receives cash. Typically the loan is secured by real estate already owned outright.
For example, if a person owns a home worth $100,000, but does not currently have a mortgage on it, they may take an equity loan at 80% loan to value (LTV) or $80,000 in cash in exchange for a mortgage on the title.
Many lending institutions require the borrower to repay only an interest component of the loan each month (calculated daily, and compounded to the loan once each month). The borrower can apply any surplus funds to the outstanding loan principal at any time, reducing the amount of interest calculated from that day onward. Some loan products also allow the possibility to redraw cash up to the original LTV, potentially perpetuating the life of the loan beyond the original loan term.
The interest rate applied to equity loans is much lower than that applied to unsecured loans, such as credit card debt. The reasoning behind this is that equity loans involve collateral, and credit card debt does not.
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NO EQUITY REQUIREMENTS NO PREPAYMENT PENALTY NO SEASONING REQUIREMENTS
FLEXIBLE TERMS WITH FIXED INTEREST RATES MOST HOME IMPROVEMENTS ARE ELIGIBLE