Consolidate your debt. Save on interest.
Get cash out.
If you want to get out from under high interest rate charges from credit cards, student loans, or other forms of debt, then a cash-out refinance might be the solution for you. Consolidating your debt by refinancing allows you to put existing debt into your mortgage—typically at much lower interest rates. The result is a single interest rate and single monthly payment. Generally, you’ll end up paying less each month than you do now, paying all the bills separately.
How much can you increase cash flow by consolidating debt? An example.
Although every debt consolidation refinance is different, here’s an example to give you an idea of how much you can save.
|Monthly Payments||Current||After Refinancing|
|(10 year, interest-only 6.25%)*||(5/1 adjustable rate, 3.25%)*|
|First mortgage: $676,000||$3,521||$2,794|
|Second mortgage: $77,000|
(30 year, fixed, 7.05%)*
|Credit card debt: $55,000||$ 989||$0|
|TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENT|
(for the combined debt of $808,000)
|Monthly Savings $1550. Credit card debt after the refinance? None.*NOTE: Rates reflected here are for illustration purposes only. Rate and points are subject to change without notice.|
What mattered was eliminating the credit card debit and maximizing monthly cash flow. The refinance allowed them to accomplish both goals.
How much can you save by consolidating debt?
Try our debt consolidation calculator, which will tell you how much your monthly payment might decrease, how much you’ll save in interest, and how long it will take you to pay off the newly consolidated loan.
Call us at 866-612-5050, or email us to arrange a free consultation today. An experienced Guarantee Loan Advisor will talk to you about consolidating your debt, and tell you what your new monthly payment might look like based on going rates.
We’ll do the work—you’ll save the money!
American Pacific Mortgage does not guarantee that your debts will be lowered by a specific amount or percentage or that you will be debt-free within a specific period of time. A debt consolidation may increase your monthly cash flow, but may increase the amount of your debt over a period of time by including the additional debt in your mortgage amount, which is financed over a longer period of time than the debt consolidated may have been financed. We encourage all consumers to do their own research, and examine their options carefully before selecting a particular course of action.
*For more information please visit our Disclosures page: https://apmortgage.com/disclosures