A home equity line of credit is the solution!
Reduce your interest costs. Become debt-free sooner.
Have the financial freedom for other things such as vacations!
Finance your new home or replace your existing mortgage using a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC). You will need a specific one and I will guide you in getting the proper HELOC.
Change where your cash goes! Stop giving the bank your money at 0.00% so they can turn around and lend it back to you at 3-15%. Dump all your income into the HELOC. Don't worry, money can go in and out of a HELOC freely.
Pay your bills out of the HELOC like you would with your chequing and savings account. The remainder goes towards the balance, thus reducing the interest you pay monthly.
consolidate all of your debts (loans, credit cards, etc. - up to your borrowing limit) at a competitive, low interest rate. By repaying your higher-cost debt from your HELOC account, you could reduce your interest costs and become debt-free sooner.
Flexible monthly payments: So long as your borrowing doesn’t exceed your borrowing limit, the amount you deposit or withdraw each month is up to you.
Who This Works For.
Current or potential homeowners.
If you are a current homeowner or potential homeowner who doesn’t want debt to dictate your flexibility, this is for you. Ideally, you will have at least 20% equity and a minimum credit score of 650. You should be cash flow positive, meaning your income exceeds your expenses.
It's never too late.
If you see yourself in the description above, why wait any longer to begin? This method has worked for millions of others, and it will work for you as well!
In fact, more than 80% of home buyers in Australia and the UK have been using this strategy since 1994. The strategy spread like wildfire, and those folks were paying their homes off in five to seven years on the same level of income. The strategy didn't require them to make more money or live on a tight budget.
As long as you make more money than you spend.
In fact, all they did was change where their cash goes. Since a HELOC is open-ended, meaning money could go in and out freely; folks would put all their money into a HELOC, bypassing their checking accounts. When they needed to pay bills, they just used their HELOC to make a payment. As long as they made more money than they spent, the acceleration of this simple interest tool was astounding.
Our goal is to make our financial strategy easy to understand and easy to apply.
We exist to create freedom for homeowners. Have the flexibility to meet financial goals as they arise…
Save money and make your money work harder for you…