ELIMINATE YOUR CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS AND MAKE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS PER MONTH ..
  
    
Monthly Savings Analyzer
   
Fill out the form below to the best of your knowledge. You will see how you can use the equity in your home to reduce your debts and increase your monthly cash flow, or pull out cash for any purpose you have in mind.
   
  Current Mortgage Balance or Balances: $

  Estimated Value of Your Home: $
  Monthly Mortgage Payment(s) (principal and interest only): $
    Click the arrow for instructions

Debts You Wish to Pay Off

  Credit Card 1 Balance and Minimum Monthly Payment: Balance: $   Monthly Payment: $
  Credit Card 2 Balance and Minimum Monthly Payment: Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
  Credit Card 3 Balance and Minimum Monthly Payment: Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
  Credit Card 4 Balance and Minimum Monthly Payment: Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
  Credit Card 5 Balance and Minimum Monthly Payment: Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
  Credit Card 6 Balance and Minimum Monthly Payment: Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
  Car Loan Balance and Monthly Payment (optional): Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
  Other Loan Balance and Monthly Payment: Balance: $ Monthly Payment: $
   

Other Debts You Will Not Pay Off (Enter Minimum Monthly Payments Only)

  Payment 1:  $ Payment 2:  $ Payment 3:  $ Payment 4:  $
   

Property Taxes, Homeowner's Insurance and Association Dues

  Monthly Property Taxes: $
  Monthly Homeowner's Insurance: $
  Monthly Homeowner Association Fees/Dues: $
   

Do You Need to Borrow Additional Cash from Your Equity?

  Take Cash Out for Other Purposes: Amount Needed:  $
   
  Gross Monthly Income (before taxes): $
  Estimate Your Personal Credit:
  Calculate Your Estimated Monthly Savings:

       

   
  Current Total Monthly Debt Payment: $
This is an estimate of how much money you can save each month. For a full no-cost, no-obligation analysis, contact your sponsor. You can also earn up to $1000 on each new client you bring in. Contact your sponsor for details.
  New Monthly Debt Payment: $
  Total Debt to Income Ratio (DTI): %
  New Loan to Value Ratio (LTV): %
  Monthly Savings (Increased Cash Flow): $
  Equivalent Salary Increase: %
   
Payments based on average interest rates for full doc mortgage programs under a 2/28 ARM. Your actual payment may be different based on your type of employment, actual loan to value, mortgage payment history, location, specific lender, total debt to income ratio, amortization schedule, loan type and other variables. Your net savings may be more or less than the given example. Payments assume total closing costs equal to 3% of the loan amount. This is not an offer to lend money.
   

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