Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Bad Credit Mortgage Refinancing

Bad credit mortgage refinancing loans are used to solve two different problems.
Problem Number One: The homeowner has bad credit, significant high interest credit card debt and a home with substantial equity. In order to pay off the high interest bills, the person refinances his/her home and cashes out all or part of the equity. The cash from the equity is used to pay off the high interest obligations. Although the interest rate on the bad credit mortgage refinancing loan may be higher than that of a conventional loan, the house payment should still be less than the total of the high interest consumer debt.
A bad credit mortgage refinancing where the owner intents to use the cash from the home?s equity to pay off bills is called a debt consolidation loan. The View the rest of this article

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