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How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Property Investing | Mortgage Finance / Refinance
How to use equity finance (Refinance) to buy investment property DOWNLOAD FREE CHECKLIST: https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/ Equity is the difference between what your property is worth MINUS your mortgage and in today's, I talk through how you can use that equity to buy investment property (Real Estate). If you want to learn how to invest in property, or if you want to build a property portfolio of you own, be sure to download the above property investing checklist, because in there I give you a detailed list of everything I think you need to consider BEFORE buying that first investment property. You are also welcome to download my FREE list of every property related website tool and app you'll need in your property business here: https://goo.gl/qtvdQb If you're thinking of releasing the equity from your property to buy an investment property, I would love to hear from you in the comments section below I wish you every success... Tony Law - Your First Four Houses :-) PS. There are some great opportunities in the property market right now!
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Is Equity Release a Good Idea? | This Morning
Martin Lewis gives financial asvise to viewers.
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How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips
How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips - Andy talks about two methods which could be used to help start or improve your property business. Share this video: https://youtu.be/sNaCrzBXVcM Subscribe To My Channel to Get More Great Information http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Monoperty See my blog post: http://monoperty.com/equity Andy Walker is the creator of monoperty.com, where he blogs online as a property investor and landlord, sharing what works, and what doesn't, to help you start or expand your property portfolio. Check out Andy's informative videos and join the conversation. If you have any questions, please leave a comment in one of the videos or head over to http://monoperty.com/ask. How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips 1:17 Remortgage 4:26 Additional borrowing 5:08 Using equity to grow your property business Other Videos To Watch: Common Mistakes People Make When They Start Investing In Property https://youtu.be/jnu3ccedeFc The Power Of Leverage Explained https://youtu.be/XXdm96uoios Why Do Property Prices Go Up In Value? https://youtu.be/NgejmwlRZQI Other Great Resources: http://monoperty.com Connect With Me: http://www.facebook.com/monoperty https://twitter.com/monoperty https://www.linkedin.com/in/andywalker3 How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips
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The top three ways to release equity from your property
Here's some top tips on releasing equity in your property. Remortgage, further advance or second charge
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How to Get Equity from Your Home
Watch more Home Finance 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/418268-How-to-Get-Equity-from-Your-Home If you have paid off a good portion of your house and its value has appreciated, and you find yourself in need of some extra cash, you may consider taking out a home equity loan. Step 1: Assess your risk Assess your risk. Borrowing against your home equity depletes your investment, and reduces the cash you can take out in an emergency. Step 2: Learn the tax rules Familiarize yourself with the tax rules governing home equity borrowing. To deduct interest you have to itemize, which cannot be done if you have too few deductions. Step 3: Consider your borrowing options Consider your borrowing options. A home equity loan is secured by house to the extent the fair market value exceeds the debt incurred when you purchased it. A home equity line of credit is a form of revolving credit in which your equity in your home serves as collateral. Tip Consider applying for a reverse mortgage loan if you are at least 62 years of age and occupy the home as a principal residence. A reverse mortgage is a loan against your home that you do not have to pay back as long as you live there. Step 4: Decide on a loan type Decide whether a loan or line of credit will best meet your needs. In general, a loan is best for short-term borrowing or when you need the money in an emergency. A line of credit is best if you want to lock in a low interest rate. Step 5: Apply Apply for the loan or line of credit. Be careful about signing up for application or appraisal fees. If you have good credit, you should not have to pay these fees to borrow against your home. With the appropriate steps, you'll secure some cash -- and maybe even use it to increase your home's value. Did You Know? Some experts estimate that less than a third of home equity borrowing is used for investments, with the rest being used for debt consolidation, vacations, or purchases that depreciate quickly.
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Releasing equity from your residential property to invest in BTL
Mark Alefounder of Property Tribes Financial Services explains how equity can be released or utilised to create additional assets.
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How To Use Equity To Buy An Investment Property (Ep51)
One of the great things about investing in property is that you can use the equity from existing properties to purchase new properties and grow your portfolio. Today I’m going to explore how you can use equity to buy an investment property or to buy your next investment property. If we want to use equity to purchase an investment property then we need to understand exactly what we mean by ‘equity’. ------------------------------------------- http://onproperty.com.au/51 - View the full transcription and audio version of this episode. http://onproperty.com.au/free - See real positive cash flow property listings
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Using Equity to Buy an Investment Property
Understand what equity is and find out how to access equity in your home and use it to purchase an investment property.
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How to Release Equity From Your Property Portfolio
This video will teach you how to release equity from any of your existing properties. Refer to www.vogue-fs.com.au
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What Is a Home Equity Loan? | Financial Terms
Watch more How to Understand Personal Finance Terms videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/491816-What-Is-a-Home-Equity-Loan-Financial-Terms A home equity loan is simply where you're taking a second mortgage against your house. So, I know that might sound a little confusing, but let me give you an example. Let's say my house is worth $300,000, and I have a mortgage on it, and I owe $200,000 on that mortgage. So, that means there's $100,000 of equity there in that property. And one of the challenges, sometime, is you pay your mortgage down, you might want to use that equity or some of that value, for other financial goals you're looking to achieve. So, how do you do that? The way you do that, is by taking out a home equity loan against the property. And most home equity loans might be a 10 or 20 year loan, and you're borrowing the money. And typically you're gonna pay a little higher interest rate than you would on your regular mortgage, because, technically, if you don't make your payments, the bank that holds the first mortgage has the first right to your collateral. And the lender for the second mortgage, or the home equity loan, would be next in line. So because of that, there's a little bit more risk, and you'll often be assessed a little bit more interest, because of that risk. Now, there are two main types of home equity loans. There's a set loan, a home equity loan where I borrow a certain amount. Let's say, I borrow $20,000. I pay interest on it, and every month I make my monthly payment. So, I know exactly when I'll be done, and I know exactly what my monthly payment will be. That's known in the industry as a home equity loan. Another type of home equity, is what's called a home equity line of credit. This is where you have access to money, but you're only gonna pay interest, if you actually use it. So, it works very similar to a credit card where, if I'm not using the money, I'm typically not paying interest. But once I use it, then there's a balance, and a monthly payment associated with it. So, really important, a lot of times people take credit card debt, or other types of debt, and they want to consolidate it onto a home equity loan. And the reason they want to do that is, number one, to simplify their financial life. Number two, home equity loans usually have a lower interest rate, than credit cards, for example. And number three, sometimes the interest on a home equity loan is tax deductible. So, those are all good benefits. But if you do this, be aware that once you do that, you're home is now at risk. In other words, if I can't make my credit card payments, the lender can't come take my house. But if I can't make my home equity loan payments, my house now is at risk. So, that's a big difference. Number two, most home equity loans take a lot of time. They're 10, 20 year loans. And, like we were talking about, if you stretch out debt, often times you may pay more over the long term, even though your monthly payment may go down. And lastly, when consolidating debt onto a home equity loan, be aware that you're not moving debt around versus paying it off. Because I see a lot of people, they move credit card debt to their home equity loan, and then in a few years, what happens? The credit card debt starts coming back, and they owe money on the home equity. So, they have more debt. They're addressing some of the symptoms, and not the cause. So, home equity loans can be a great way to give you access to money and equity that's tied up in your property. But just make sure you don't fall into any of those problem areas, because I see that happen a lot. And people underestimate the risk that they incur.
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Property Investing, how to pay off your mortgage in 8 to 10 years by Simon Zutshi
In this video Simon Zutshi, the founder of the Property Investors Network, shares some simple tips on how to release the equity you may have in your own home. Using diagrams, Simon shows how it's possible to re-invest the equity and pay off your own mortgage within ten years. He explains that the way to be more successful is to learn how to manage debt as well as wealth. Simon offers great techniques to help property investors gain better results. http://www.pinmeeting.co.uk
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Key Equity Release TV Advert 2018 - 60 seconds
If you're thinking of releasing equity, good advice is Key. Our brand new TV advert!
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Property - Equity Release
A short film from the Coodes Property team about Equity Release
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Advice for people who have a property in negative equity
Selling a house with negative equity http://www.genuinepropertybuyers.co.uk/selling-a-house-with-negative-equity/ How to sell a house fast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5RIsLULfbc
Should You Get an Equity Release Scheme? | This Morning
Martin Lewis explains what equity release is and how it might help your finances.
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Home Equity Line of Credit - Dave Ramsey Rant
Now is the time to sell your house! The market is white hot! Get a high-octane ELP Real Estate Agent you can trust with your largest asset: https://goo.gl/tzW5vF Welcome to The Dave Ramsey Show like you've never seen it before. The show live streams on YouTube M-F 2-5pm ET! Watch Dave live in studio every day and see behind-the-scenes action from Dave's producers. Watch video profiles of debt-free callers and see them call in live from Ramsey Solutions. During breaks, you'll see exclusive content from people like Rachel Cruze, and Chris Hogan, Christy Wright and Chris Brown —as well as all kinds of other video pieces that we'll unveil every day. The Dave Ramsey Show channel will change the way you experience one of the most popular radio shows in the country!
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Equity release from StepChange: Gareth's story
A lifetime mortgage gave Gareth a tax-free cash lump sum to pay his mortgage off. He was also able to keep 100% ownership of his family home. StepChange Financial Solutions are the UK's only charity-operated equity release advice service. This means there are no hidden fees, our advisors don't work to sales targets or bonuses, and you can be rest assured that you're getting the best advice. Visit our website: https://www.stepchange.org/considering-equity-release.aspx
Property TV - Equity Release Council Advertisement
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How to Calculate Home Equity
This video explains what home equity is, explains the factors that increase or decrease home equity, and provides a formula to calculate home equity. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
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Rental Property Advice : How to Get a Home Equity Loan on a House You Are Renting Out
Getting a home equity loan on a house that will be rented out involves having at least 20 percent equity in the home, examining a credit report and applying for the loan through various brokers. Get a home equity loan with advice from an experienced property manager and landlord in this free video on rental property. Expert: Damon Thompson Bio: Damon Thompson owns three rental properties in Detroit, Mich. and has owned up to seven rental properties at once for more than 15 years. Filmmaker: Lynell Doyle
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Interview with Rothschild Equity Release Victims
Antonio Flores, lawyer at Lawbird, interviews two Rothschild Equity Release Victims.
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Legal advice for Equity Release
Legal advice for Equity Release - Solicitor, Peter Barton, talks through the Equity Release process and different options.
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Buying a home with equity is very beneficial
Find out how buying a house with equity can help add even more value and equity to your home #HouseHunterOfColumbia #FoodForThought #BuyOrSellWithMe
What is Equity Release - An expert guide
Equity Release - Information about releasing equity. A brief overview of equity release from the industry experts
Maintaining Equity on a Lifetime Mortgage [Equity Release] - Episode 277
http://meaningfulmoney.tv The biggest fear for anyone taking out an equity release lifetime mortgage is that the entire value of their home will be wiped out by compounding, rolling up interest on the loan. In reality this is very unlikely to happen, though of course it depends on the amount you borrow and how long you live after borrowing. IN t his video and screencast i show you how it works...
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House prices up, time for equity release
House prices increased by two per cent, creating an ideal environment for equity release.
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Equity Release Advice Service
The Equity Release Advice Service will provide you with all the help and guidance you need to make a decision if releasing equity from your property is right for you.
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What is property equity?
Have you heard people talking about equity in your property? What does this mean? Do you have equity? Can you use equity? What does your home loan have to do with equity? Do you need a refinance to draw out equity? Zain from ZEP Finance will give you all the answers. For more info check out our website www.zepfinance.com.au
What is Equity Release?
This video is help people understand what equity release is. We talk through the two different types of equity release. We compare the differences between a Home Reversion Scheme and a Lifetime Mortgage. Newnham & Jordan are expert property lawyers that are always will to help.
Using an unencumbered property to raise finance
An unencumbered, or one with large amounts of equity in it, can be used to secure bridging finance against, essentially making you a cash buyer with no need to release equity!
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Negative cash flow, how much equity per property and the variables.
Interested in property investing? Visit our website at http://www.binvested.com.au to find out more about how we can help you. Hey guys and girls it’s Nathan Birch from Binvested.com.au and today I am here to talk about how negative cash flow should probably be and how much equity should a property have and what are the variables decided. I thought of bring a white board out for a white moment and look at some options and look out to see what the property will bring to the table for you. So if we move to option A, B and C. I am just going to be making things up as we go, I will be able to deliver some stuff so that I will be able to look out the differentiation between cash flow equity and all that sort of stuff depending on what your goals are, depends on what sort of properties you should buy to add into your portfolio. So looking at option A we are going to talk about an Offer plan purchase you buy me a property which is $500,000 with a rent return of $450 per week. And a negative cash flow will cost you $350 per week, and that will cause you $17000 per annum loss. Once that property worth maybe $500000. You are going to get nothing for this $17000 per year should you buy that. Also join our communities on: Forum - http://binvested.com.au/forums/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/binvested.com.au Twitter - https://twitter.com/b_invested Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/binvested/
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Baby boomers scramble to release equity in house wealth frenzy
Baby boomers scramble to release equity in house wealth frenzy Surging equity release among younger homeowners could leave banks with negative equity - and so sitting on a loss when it comes to sell the property Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Britain’s baby boomers a...
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Equity Release/Lifetime Mortgages: Your Questions Answered
The Information Team often find the first questions our customers ask us are related to misconceptions about what a Lifetime Mortgage is. This video sets out to debunk these misconceptions by answering the top 5 questions asked. readersdigest.co.uk/release
Episode 138 - Why Equity Release?
What are the reasons why you might choose to releaase equity from your home? And importantly, what are the alternatives?
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Is equity release right for me in 2014
Understanding equity release and if you should consider releasing equity from your property http://www.firstchoicefinance.co.uk/Index.asp?T=Is%20equity%20release%20right%20for%20me%20in%202014 Think Carefully Before Securing Other Debts Against Your Home. Your Home May Be Repossessed If You Do Not Keep Up Repayments On A Mortgage Or Any Other Debt Secured On It. Security is required on immovable property. Borrowing is subject to status & affordability
Property TV | Property Question Time S1 EP48  | Equity release, tenancy contracts and investing.
Join me in this episode of the Property Question Time talking all things equity release, tenancy contracts and property investment, alongside Claire Barker, and Neil Cobbold.
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Homeowners 'releasing more equity'
People are taking advantage of rising property prices by releasing more equity in their homes.
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Solving your Monthly Mortgage Headache with Equity Release
Imagine being mortgage payment free. Use the value that has built up in your home to gain financial freedom.
Andy Wilson FS Ltd - Equity Release explained, Lifetime Mortgages, Home Reversion plans
Andy Wilson of Andy Wilson Financial Services Ltd in Lincoln explains the basics of Equity Release for the retired. The video will form part of the new website at www.andywilsonfs.co.uk
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Episode 141 - Equity Release V: Interest Calculations
One of the main concerns for those contemplating Equity Release is that the interest building up so fast, there'll be no equity left in their home to leave to the kids. Here, I show that it's really not as bad as all that by looking at some realistic examples
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Lifetime mortgages - What are they and how do they work?
A quick description of what a lifetime mortgage – a type of equity release – is, the risks and benefits and how it could be used. A lifetime mortgage creates a debt secured against your home. See more of our videos at https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/calculators-and-tools/lifetime-mortgage-animations/
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Video 8 - The Property Sourcers -Your home is not an asset - Releasing equity
Vicki Wusche from The Property Sourcers explains how you can release equity from your home, in a save way to enable you to invest in property. This might be something that causes some people a degree of apprehension. After all their home is their castle is an asset for the family. Well given that this video series is entitled "Why your home is not an asset" you should already understand why you need to release money from your property to generate an income for the future. http://youtu.be/W1Rg7CKzlJY Vicki explains how you will need to check the details of your current mortgage if you have one, and recommends that you speak to a financial professional -- The Property Sourcers can recommend a number of financial advisors that understand about both money and property investment and that is crucial. When you have sought advice you will then know whether you are in a position to release equity from your home or not. If you are currently working and have a provable income this is easier than if you are out of work or past retirement age. However there are still options for you to consider. The important thing to remember is that the cash (or equity) that you release can then be invested in buy to let investment properties in order to generate an income that is more than if you just left the equivalent sum in a bank or building society. The rental income from the buy to let properties will then pay the mortgage on the buy to let property and costs, and the surplus can then pay the mortgage on the residential property -- still leaving you with extra income in the family. Vicki gives an example where she released 30% of the equity owned outright in a property £200,000 and how she then used that money (and associated buy to let mortgages) to buy 7 investment properties (called "Buy to lets"). The properties provide a great return for the cash invested. In fact the 7 properties on average generate an additional £250 per month cashflow (after the mortgage, insurance, letting agent and repairs have been paid). This means a total of £1,750 per month additional income. Now of course there is the small matter of the new mortgage for £200,000 that needs to be paid each month. That currently costs about £500 per month, leaving Vicki and her family with a whopping £1,250 pure profit per month in their pockets all by Using Other People's Money (ie the banks). To provide additional security for the family (after all taking out a mortgage is a risk) they have 25% equity in seven other properties to mitigate that liability. This really is an exciting and excellent example of how to make more money for your family without using any of your own money. And that is why Vicki wrote a book by that title Using Other People's Money; how to invest in property. To watch more in this series follow the link: http://youtu.be/suqTwFwO2yc Vicki Wusche and Loran Northey are partners in The Property Sourcers. Vicki starting buying her own investment property portfolio in 2008 and by 2010 she had enough rental income that she does not have to work anymore -- she can choose how she wants to spend her time. Vicki enjoys helping people discover how property can help them and through personal strategy sessions Vicki helps people think differently about money and their home. Loran and Vicki have been friends since 2007. As Loran started to see the benefits of investing in property, she asked Vicki to help her. In 2010 Vicki helped Loran and her family recognise the financial resources they could access to start investing in property. Now Loran is financially secure and spends her time helping The Property Sourcers' clients to become financially more aware and more secure, something we all want in these turbulent times. www.ThePropertySourcers.com Email: [email protected]ertysourcers.com
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How does Equity Release work?
Are you considering a lifetime mortgage? One of the most popular types of equity release, a lifetime mortgage will allow you to access the equity tied up in your home. You receive the cash as a tax free loan secured against your home, to spend on whatever you choose – a holiday of a lifetime, home improvements, gifts to family, or to supplement everyday living expenses or care at home. The interest on your lifetime mortgage is fixed and you can choose whether or not to make regular repayments. The mortgage will be repayable when you permanently move into care or pass away. If this sounds like something you might like to pursue, please call the Wealth Financial Advisory Team at Reeves Financial on 01403 333145 to discuss your individual situation. For your ultimate peace of mind, please be assured that we are members of the Equity Release Council. https://www.reevesfinancial.co.uk/
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Equity release: Don't settle for your current property
Use equity release to help you fund your property dreams.
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Why is a property valuation so important? Property Investing in Australia
http://empowerwealth.com.au/ As property owners, we often think that our property has a good value but when the valuer arrives with his pens and notepads, the end result can sometimes be rather disappointing. Ben explains why a property valuation is important and how you can prepare for your valuer. Here's a snippet of the video: So you’re ready to make your next step on the property ladder. You might have one property or you might have an owner occupier home and were looking to release equity out. Or you might have a portfolio of properties already and is looking to potentially release that equity. Enter the valuer, they are the most important person in the conversation because they are the people who is going to go out and independently value you properties. Now why are they so important? Watch the video to learn more. Click here for transcript: http://property-investment.empowerwealth.com.au/2015/08/17/why-is-property-valuation-so-important/ Click here to book a free one hour appointment: http://property-investment.empowerwealth.com.au/
Key Equity Release Customers – Michael & Carol
Michael and Carol worked in operating theatres, in excess of 60-70 hours a week, which was taking its toll, on Michael’s health especially. The couple were struggling to keep on top of debts, jobs on the house, and saving for retirement, and so faced working many more years. Michael said: “We found that it was getting more and more difficult but we never seemed to see an end to it.” Equity release enabled Michael to cut down his hours straight away. After paying off their credit cards and mortgage they still had money left over to go on holiday. “We’re able to retire in 10 weeks’ time which we’re both looking forward to, ” said Carol. “I wouldn’t change anything at all, everything went absolutely smoothly.”
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