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Homeowner Loans

Though it has been widely discussed online and on many financial publications, not everyone is aware of the effect homeownership has on the lending process. That is why people end up applying for the wrong kind of loan or for the right loan but with unfavourable terms, when they could have obtained much better terms had they realized they could use their property to their advantage.

Being a home owner, you are eligible for the best there is to offer on the lending market. Of course that a good credit history is also important, but owning a property usually entitles you to lower interest rates, lower monthly payments, better payback plans, and even grace periods or lack of prepayment penalties. Now that you know what you may be able to obtain, go out there and fight for what you deserve!

Secured Or Unsecured, It Is Up To You

Of course that the first thing that comes to your mind when discussing homeowner loans, is secured loans. Which involves the act of pledging your property as a security or guarantee for the repayment of the loan, making it less risky for the lender, but more perilous for the you. However, this is not your only option. You can also apply for an unsecured loan. The loan terms might not be as appealing as the ones associated with a secured loan, but will nonetheless be better for you than for a non-homeowner or a tenant. As you can see, you still have the upper hand.

The Doors Of The Lending World Are Open

Now you are fully aware of the advantages that being a homeowner carries. But what can you do with all that power? There are many different loans you can apply for if you are in need of finance.

1) Personal loans : you will be able to get very good terms on a loan like this. Whether it is secured or unsecured, the repayment period will be longer as the lender runs fewer risks.

2) Home loans : why would you need a home loan if you already are a home owner? Real estate is one of the best possible investments and buying a second or third property can bring you many future benefits for both you and your children, if you have any.

3) Construction or home improvement loans : whether you want to build a new property or refurbish the one you live in, homeownership offers you great alternatives when applying for these types of loans.

These are just three examples, but the list goes on and on. Other alternatives include debt consolidation loans, business loans, lines of credit, you name it. It is entirely up to you and up to your particular needs.