Using your home to get out of debt is one solution to your mounting debt problems. But, can you make it work for you?
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A house is a valuable asset. One way to get value out of it is to use it as guarantee to get a bigger amount of loan to pay off all your other debts.
It is a form of secured loan and it’s almost very easy to get approved for a loan this way because there is collateral to protect the lender. However, you put your home at risk in the event of non-repayment of the loan made against it.
Before you put your house up for loan consolidation, examine carefully how much you can afford to repay and what all the risks involved are. To put your house in danger for repossession is the last thing you want to add to your already growing debt problems.
Is putting up the house to avail of loan consolidation to pay off all your debts the best move to do? If it is, how do you go about getting the best deal? This book is a basic guide that can help the homeowner make the best decision.