Can I get a Cash-Out loan in Texas when I live in a Duplex, Tri-Plex or 4-Plex?
If you’re a homeowner in Texas and live in a duplex, tri-plex, or 4-plex, you may face challenges in obtaining a cash-out loan. This is because Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, two of the largest buyers of mortgage loans in the United States, do not allow cash-out loans in multi-family properties when an owner occupies one of the units. This restriction can prevent many homeowners from accessing their equity in their property.
However, at Hurst Lending, we understand the importance of accessing home equity and have developed alternative loan products specifically designed to help homeowners in this situation. Our owner-occupied 2 to 4 multi-family cash-out loan products provide a solution for homeowners who wish to refinance their mortgage and take cash out of their property.
Although the rates for these loans may be slightly higher than typical conventional loans, they provide a solution for homeowners to access their home equity. Our team of experienced mortgage specialists will work with you to understand your specific needs and provide customized solutions to meet those needs. We are committed to helping you get the right mortgage for your needs and ensuring a smooth and stress-free loan process.
So if you’re interested in refinancing and taking cash out of your owner-occupied multi-family home, don’t hesitate to reach out to Hurst Lending. We are here to help and guide you through the process.
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Benefits of a Texas Multi-family Cash Out Loan
- Consolidate debt
- Purchase a new car
- Buy a second home or investment property
- Start a new business
- Fund other dreams
How Much Cash can I Take Out?
You can take out as much equity as you like up to 80% LTV (e.g. leave in at least 20% of your equity). This rule applies to conventional and jumbo cash out loans. If you have ever taken cash out of your home in Texas, you need to wait at least one year to obtain another Texas Cash-out loan or to refinance. If it has been more than a year since you took out cash you can either: (1) take out a new Texas cash-out loan, or (2) refinance using a conventional rate and term refinance loan provided you don’t take out cash (the rate on this loan will be approximately 1/8 lower than a comparable Texas Cash-out loan).
What is Cash Out Refinancing?
If you aren’t familiar with cash out refinancing, a cash out refinance is where you take equity out of your home in the form of cash. In other words, you refinance and get cash back, reducing the amount of equity you have in your home. You can use the cash you get back for any purpose, such as debt consolidation, home improvements and repairs, or investments. While it does add to the amount you owe on your mortgage, refinancing is a good way to get long term financing at a reasonable interest rate.
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About Hurst Lending's Real Estate Investing Services
Our founders started out as residential real estate investors and they learned how to leverage their borrowing capacity to build a high-quality real estate portfolio over time. Along the way they built Hurst Lending and created a deep suite of loan products to address needs they had as real estate investors. Our loan products help investors: (1) grow their portfolios, (2) access their equity with no seasoning period or obtain an investment property HELOC, and (3) acquire properties without high-cost hard money loans.
We also love working with new investors (who have solid w-2 jobs) to help them start investing in real estate. People with w-2 jobs are able to access low-cost long-term fixed-rate financing and this is the best way to grow your portfolio over time. The main thing that holds people back is the uncertainty about being a landlord and not having the tools to get started. We solve this issue by offering our mortgage clients access to our real estate investing experts and providing our clients the same suite of tools, contacts, and contractors used by our founders for their own investment properties (at no extra cost).* If you are interested in growing your portfolio or getting started investing in Real Estate, click the get started button below or feel free to reach out to Scott Bialek, one of our founders, at firstname.lastname@example.org. He loves helping real estate investors grow their portfolios.
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