Cash Out Refinance

Los Angeles VA Cash Out Loans will enable you to pull equity out of your home up to 100% of your home’s value. Here are some reasons why you may want to do this:

  • Pay off other higher interest debts. Bring down your monthly obligations significantly, and transfer your debts to a lower interest, tax deductible option.
  • Finance a vacation. Have you been wanting to go on a nice vacation? You can finance it through your Los Angeles VA Cash Out Loan.
  • Invest. Pull out your equity and put it to work in higher-yield investments.
  • Start a business. Using your home equity to finance a new or existing business can be a low interest option to get you going.
  • Help your kids with college. Pull out the funds you need to help your kids get through college.
  • Anything else. VA will not need to verify why you are pulling the cash out! You can keep your reasons private.

How do Los Angeles VA Cash Out Loans work?

You will have to qualify like with most loan programs, but the standards are not strict. You must have a minimum credit score of 620, and be 2 years out of a bankruptcy, if you have had one. In addition, you must be employed, and have an acceptable “debt-to-income” ratio, or the percentage of your monthly debts compared to your income.

Once we have determined your eligibility, the process typically takes about 30 days, and you will get to skip a mortgage payment the month after you close! We will need to get your home appraised, and you can borrow up to 100% of the value as determined by the appraisal.

Wondering what your rate and payment will be? Use our no obligation Los Angeles VA Mortgage Rate quote and we will get you an answer fast. We are also standing by to serve you, and would be honored to do so. We believe in honest answers and straight talk, and will treat you with the respect you deserve!

Scott Capital Group
Henry Wilkes
NMLS# 932258
3470 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90010
P: (323) 332-6683
Email: henryw@scottcapitalgroup.com

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