Homeowners Consider Second Mortgage Loan to Consolidate Credit Card Debt Prior to Filing BK or CCC
By Lynda Nelms

More often than previous years, we see families letting credit card debt get out of control. Like it or not, We live in a credit driven society, and to survive the pitfalls of revolving credit and economic cycles you need to create an attainable budget and follow through with your fiscal plans. Don't let the bills and debt begin to mount. Bankruptcy and consumer credit counseling are good solutions for certain situations, but you should take certain precautions to prevent being put in that predicament. Homeowners have more viable options than consumers who don't own property, so if you are fortunate enough to own a home, take advantage of the financing available that can help you lower interest rates, and convert compounding interest into a simple interest home equity loan that can save you hundreds of dollars every month. According to mortgage broker John Haynes, "many homeowners don't realize that they have a great solution to pay off the debts in their home." Haynes continued, "people drive up and park their car into their biggest asset everyday."

Take Advantage of Tax Deductions and Monthly Savings Realized with Fixed Rate Second Mortgages
  • Fixed Rate home Equity Loans
  • 125% combined loan to value.
  • First Time Home-buyers OK
  • All types of Credit.
  • Low Rate Bill Consolidation
  • Income Documentation: Full Doc or No stated Income

Many second mortgage companies have has partnered with a home equity lenders to create loan programs specifically designed for consolidating debt that lower your monthly payments, and help you refinance revolving credit cards. Sure talking with creditors can reduce your interest rates and help you reduce your lower your credit card expenses, but you should never take it upon yourself to pay less than the minimum for monthly payments.


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