10-18-2012 01:46 PM - edited 10-18-2012 01:47 PM
I have 2 Equity Loans and a main mortgage (3 total). I'm trying to consolidate them all under one 15 yr fixed. Is that possible? In the past, I had some problems with mortgage companies to get them to do that. But that was back in the mid 2000's.
Would this be possible now?
10-18-2012 01:59 PM
anything is possible...lol If you have the equity in your house,the income, and scores to cover it, it shouldn't be a problem
10-18-2012 05:45 PM
Yes you can do it AND now is the time to do iitI just refinanced at 3% from a 5%
and combined my home equity with my mortgage...savings of a one grand a month!
plus rolled in cc dedt.
DTI has to be good along with good credit scores and equity in your house..
you need to provide more info you need clarification
10-18-2012 09:48 PM
What is the combined balance of your 3 loans and what is the estimated value of your home? Were those home equity loans purchase money loans or were they taken out sometime after you bought? If the home equity loans were not used to purchase your home, then a consolidationloan would probably be classified as a cash-out refinance and additional equity requirements may apply.
10-19-2012 04:55 AM
The issue might be your equity. If the property appraises for $305K, then 80% LTV would be $244K. So this might be a problem, unless you could pay down $16K of debt, or find a lender willing to write a second for the $16K, or go below 80% LTV.
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