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Homeowners Across America Are Receiving Up To $97,000 in One Single Payment For Home Improvements! Smart Homeowners have figured out mortgage programs to claim up to $97,000 in one single cash-out payment. The banks have tried to keep this information hidden from the general public. Fortunately for middle-class Americans, these...
2019 Programs Allowing Homeowners Up To $97,000 to Put Towards a Better Future. Excellent Credit NOT Needed.Just this last year, Americans have added over $1 trillion in equity wealth. Millions of Americans are now Equity Rich, however only a fraction of those Americans know they can maximize their wealth...
Oneillbro/Getty Images Staycationers, grill masters, novice gardeners and home sellers are among the thousands of homeowners fixing up their outdoor spaces for the summer. Last year, more than 53 percent of homeowners surveyed said they renovated their outdoor living spaces, according to a recent data study...
Cultura RM Exclusive/Twinpix/Getty Images Need cash? A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, offers a convenient and flexible way of tapping into the value of your home. It works in a way that’s similar to a credit card: You can borrow what you need from the...
H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Getty Images U.S. homeowners are sitting on record amounts of home equity, but they’re reluctant to tap it. If they did, though, they’re most likely to spend it on adding value to their homes, according to a new CreditConnector.com survey. Nearly three-quarters of homeowners say...
Maskot/Getty Images Home values have increased considerably in recent years in many areas, giving homeowners an avenue to tap their home’s equity to make renovations or otherwise improve their overall financial picture. While this can be a good way to access cash quickly, it’s important to proceed...
The Washington Post/Getty Images The home equity picture in the United States looks pretty similar to what it did pre-recession. Collectively, homeowners have $15 trillion tucked away in their properties — about a trillion and a half dollars north of the high mark before the recession,...
Dimasik_sh/Shutterstock If you feel like you’re drowning in debt, you’re not alone. According to Experian’s State of Credit report, non-mortgage debt (credit cards, medical bills, car loans and the like) reached an average of $24,706 per household in 2017. With recent increases in the interest rate,...
ppa/Shutterstock It seems like only yesterday when you took out that home equity line of credit (HELOC). The annual percentage rate (APR) was probably around 3.25 percent – where the prime rate stood from 2008 to 2015. Time flies, and now, if your 10-year draw period is...
Thomas Barwick/Getty Images The federal government didn’t exactly make it more enticing to tap into home equity with the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. But the rule changes that took effect for this tax year do leave benefits for some homeowners. People who use a home...