How to Use the Equity in Your Home or Business Today to Invest for Tomorrowby F. Michael Owens, Kristie Lorette
With loan restrictions tightening and interest rates skyrocketing, securing money from banks, credit card companies, or private investors is near impossible. But it is the season for one source of funding: Home equity loan rates are falling and home equity lines of credit are slipping. As a real estate owner making monthly payments, you are building up equity
With loan restrictions tightening and interest rates skyrocketing, securing money from banks, credit card companies, or private investors is near impossible. But it is the season for one source of funding: Home equity loan rates are falling and home equity lines of credit are slipping. As a real estate owner making monthly payments, you are building up equity in your property — money that could be used to invest elsewhere. Now, the only questions are how to pull it out and where to invest it.
How to Use the Equity in Your Home or Business Today to Invest for Tomorrow details the steps to increasing your equity and leveraging it to make it work for you. You will learn invaluable skills and options for investments, such as starting a business, investing in real estate, purchasing stock portfolios, renovating your home, and saving for educational expenses. Along with the benefits of investing equity, this book also addresses the problems you may face along the way and how to overcome the common mistakes.
This book is the ultimate resource for novices and pros alike. Equity in a home or business that is idly sitting does not make you money. With How to Use the Equity in Your Home or Business Today to Invest for Tomorrow, learn how to put it to use today and watch your wealth build.
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At one time investing was easy as was getting a loan. With the downturn in the economy anyone with money has to be more creative than ever before. Kristie Lorette has researched the industry and is providing us options of investing equity as well as addressing issues that may occur. Real estate investing at a low, which is now, is advisable. Lorette explains "Your ultimate goal when buying a real estate investment is to find a property that not only brings you cash flow, but also builds up equity." Kristie Lorette's advice and information in this book is very timely. It covers all the basics which is ideal for the novice, but even those that already are investing will find it a good refresher. The two areas that I found of most interest to me are the sections on Private Mortgages, and, Home Improvements and Renovations. Improvements or renovations will increase the value of the property, however, it is imperative the expenses don't raise the property to the point that it becomes too high to sell in the current market.