New financing option for ADUs allows you to tap into a portion of the future equity and get up to $500k in cash.
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If you find yourself not getting qualified for a HELOC, whether that's due to your debt-to-income ratio (over 45%) or because the amount of equity you own is not enough, the home equity investment might be a great option for you.
We’ve highlighted some of benefits to using a home equity investment to finance your ADU:
This modern financing option has been used by thousands of homeowners. The reason homeowners are drawn to this loan is because it allows them to tap into their future home value to solve a need for today. ADU renters can get tons of cash flow without any monthly payments.
The way you pay the lender is really by letting your house pay for you. Since your home could appreciate by a large amount, these lenders give you the peace of mind with what they call a "safety cap" for appreciation. Most won't take more than the equavalent of 20% APR per year. This cap helps homeowners compare the option to a traditional APR. Although, there are no monthly payments, you could look at the future share of appreciation and get the equivalent APR per year.
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