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Remodeling Loans to Make Home Repairs

Remodeling Loans to Make Home Repairs

Remodeling loans – Which option works best for you?

If you’ve been avoiding making those much needed home repairs and checking items off your honey-do list, now may be the perfect time to look into remodeling loans. There are several options available to you to help you meet the financial costs of these repairs.

Whether it’s cosmetic repairs such as, remodeling the kitchen or bath, or structural repairs such as repairing damage from termites, a remodeling loan can help you.

Here are two types of loans you should consider.
• Home equity line of credit: Homeowners can borrow against the equity in their homes. They are given access to their money by checks, bank transfers or a debit care. They can use the money at their own pace for whatever they wish to use it for. The interest paid on a home equity loan is tax deductible as well.

• Refinance: If a homeowner currently has a high interest rate and has equity in their home. They can refinance their current mortgage and receive the cash out to make the necessary home repairs.

Midland Mortgage Corp. can help you decide which option will work best for your particular financing needs.
Posted Jul 26, 2012 by Midland Mortgage Corporation