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Save with 100% Mortgage Loans

100% equity mortgage loans present a new strategy to home-owners by helping them to borrow cash “against the full value of the property.” The homeowner may find it easy to take out the 100% equity loan, since he may feel he is getting the best deal.
The 100% Equity Mortgage loans integrate the upfront fees, including closing costs into the mortgage plan, thus the borrower pays nothing upfront. Borrowers often choose this loan when they do not have available funds to cover the upfront costs on mortgage loans.

The downside is the 100% equity mortgage loans are similar to standard loans, since the buyer is placing his home up for collateral. First time buyers may want to consider the 100% mortgage loans, since no upfront costs are needed; however, be aware that risks out of the ordinary are involved. The 100% mortgage loans whether equity is involved or not looks at "negative equity".

If you take out the loan, and the value of the property falls below the amount of money borrowed, then you may face additional charges. Many of these loans come with high interest rates and at times a lender may require that the borrower agree to additional stipulations, such as the "Mortgage Indemnity Guarantee". This policy ensures that, one way or the other, the lender will get his money.

If you fail to agree to the policy, the lender most likely will deny your loan. Finally, when considering loans, make sure you know what you are getting yourself into by reading all available information and conditions pertaining to the loan.

You will certainly want to understand what all of the different rates and fees will be, and how this will ultimately affect how much you pay monthly, and for the long term by weighing out the pros and cons before signing any permanent agreement.

Continue to the next step in your home equity loan guide which includes tips and information about how to avoid home equity loan scams.