Mortgages can be made on mortgages
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Qualifying Conventional Mortgage A mortgage loan that is not obtained through a government program (FHA or VA) and meets the underwriting guidelines and loan limits established by the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) or the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac).
I want to mortgage my home for a loan
Avoid companies that ask for large upfront fees or make unrealistic promises, such as restoring your credit or paying pennies on the dollar to pay off your debts.
Tip: Be careful about borrowing against your home as part of an investment strategy. There is no such thing as a “guaranteed” or “risk-free” investment. You should very carefully consider all of your options before borrowing against your home in order to make an investment. All investments can lose value and that could put your home at risk if you are unable to repay the loan later.
Home Equity Loans
A home equity loan can be repaid in up to 60 months with the option of pledging your existing home as collateral. The maximum loan amount is US$ 100,000 or its equivalent in Soles or up to 60% of the value of your property. You can make extraordinary payments in July and December, so that you can reduce the value of your monthly payment and finish your payments as soon as possible. You can also include the financing of processing fees in your loan.
We lend you up to US$ 100,000 or its equivalent in Soles or 60% of the value of your property. You can pay extraordinary installments in July and December, so that you can reduce the value of your monthly payment.
Land Secured Loans
You use your home as collateral when you borrow money and “guarantee” the financing with the value of your home. This means that if you do not repay the financing, the lender can keep your home to cover the repayment of your debt.
Refinancing your home, getting a second mortgage, taking out a home equity loan or a home equity line of credit (HELOC) are common ways people use their home as collateral to obtain home equity financing. But if you are unable to repay the financing, you could lose your home and the mortgage amortization you have accumulated. The accumulated amortization on your home mortgage is the difference between what you owe on your mortgage and how much money you could get for your home if you sold it. High interest rates, finance charges and other closing and credit costs can also greatly increase the cost of borrowing money, even if you use your home as collateral.