Refinance at good rates with damaged credit

The number of people with damaged credit is growing almost every year and foreclosures are the highest ever. With all this happening, many people are worried that they will never be able to get good rates on their mortgages and keep their payments low. Here is some information you may not know that can save you hundreds on your mortgage per month.

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M. Hedayat & Associates – Restructing Attorney

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2 responses to “Refinance at good rates with damaged credit

  1. “With all this happening, many people are worried that they will never be able to get good rates on their mortgages and keep their payments low.”

    Keeping payments low is a good thing. But failing that, many homeowners are finding that equity acceleration is an even better thing:

    Today’s Real Estate market means that folks can no longer count on appreciation to build home equity. Those who realize that they need to pay down their current mortgage debt are looking for alternate ways to aggressively (yet safely) build equity.

    And they’ve discovered a perfect online system to do that; they can focus on their wealth accumulation goals while accelerating their equity simply by using a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) to ‘power’ this ‘financial solutions’ program.

    A typical 30 year loan (of whatever type) can be paid down in 1/3 to 1/2 the time — it’s a great way to save *huge* amounts of income by eliminating a mortgage amortization front-end interest load. (On a million-plus dollar home, I’ve personally seen where this particular program will save the homeowner $750,000 in interest charges!)

    And the best thing – homeowners don’t have to refinance their existing mortgage or make (little or no) adjustments to their lifestyle.

    I’d be happy to provide further details…

  2. mhedayat is totally correct and “Finding Out if Consolidating Your Debt is Your Answer to Having More Cash in Your Pocket and a Happier Life!” is the question more people should be asking. to read more Consolidating Debt