Debt Consolidation

Refinance Your Mortgage and Consolidate Your Debt at the Same Time

Consider this – credit cards in the United States come with interest rates that usually vary in between 12% to 20%. Mortgage interest rates may be lower.

Most people who live in the U.S. have different kinds of debt that may come in the form of credit cards, personal loans, auto loans, student loans, home loans, and more.

If you feel burdened by making multiple payments or are paying high interest, consolidating your debt might work well for you.

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Benefits of Refinancing Your Mortgage to Consolidate Debt

If you choose to refinance your existing mortgage to consolidate your debt, you may benefit in more ways than one:
  • Use the “cash out” option to pay off high-interest debt such as credit cards, student loans, auto loans, and more.
  • Use the “cash out” option to renovate your home and potentially increase its value.
  • Borrow against the equity you have in your house and possibly lower your interest rate.
  • Keep track of fewer monthly payments.
  • You may qualify for tax deductions.1
  • Potentially improve your credit score.

1 Consult with your tax advisor.

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Is Debt Consolidation For You?

The amount you still owe on your existing mortgage plays a role in whether you can refinance.

We understand that refinancing to consolidate your debt might seem overwhelming and confusing, which is why our experts make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision. In addition, our licensed mortgage loan originators are here to answer any questions you may have.

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