Turn the regular homeowner into an investor and double your business.

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Mortgage and Lending with Amerisave Mortgage Corp.

I specialize in turning the average homeowner into an investor. Homeowners can easily become wealthy but seldom realize the potential they possess. The common goal of homeowners is to pay off their mortgage so they are not in debt come retirement. By doing so all of their money goes to their housing and living expenses and little is left over to save. When they don't have enough money to put in the bank every month and the unexpected arises they are forced to refinance their homes and start their 30 year term over. The average homeowner refinances their home every 3 to 6 years making it nearly impossible for them to ever acheive their goal of becoming debt free by retirement.

I like to help them implement a different strategy. I offer a mortgage product geared towards investors that will unlock equity for investment purposes while lowering their payment and their mortgage term to 25 years or less. Not only will they have money to purchase more real estate and generate a passive income but they will also save money on their mortgage payments freeing up more cash to put in the bank or reinvest. Also, this product will knock a minimum five years off of the term saving them thousands in interest paid to the bank.

The only way to truly become independently wealthy is to generate enough income to pay off your mortgage and put money in the bank at the same time. If you are curious to find out how this works please take a minute to go to my web site and view my video presentation (located on right in my links). It goes into much more depth about this program and it will change your common homeowner into an investment minded entrepreneur. We all know our investors are our most loyal customers.

Comments (1)

Loreena and Michael Yeo
3:16 team REALTY ~ Locally-owned Prosper TX Real Estate Co. - Prosper, TX
Real Estate Agents
I believe that real estate can make up a healthy part of a retirement investment portfolio. With careful financial analysis of each individual and family, this may be a right step to take. Fallen into the wrong people, it can be disasterous.
Feb 23, 2007 12:34 AM