Elliot Hallum, a Williamson county realtor, used to be the guy slaving away to pay off his mortgage (like most people) with dreams to own some investment properties; now he has access to cash for those promising real estate deals.
No, he didn’t win the lottery or increase his income, he simply learned how to better use his current assets to FIGHT INTEREST and pay off his principle more quickly.
Let’s take a look at what changed for Elliot:
The Big “Death Pledge” Problem:
Elliot Hallum used to be an average guy with a standard 30-year mortgage, working himself to the bone to pay it off.
Unfortunately, this debt that hundreds of millions of Americans have to incur was keeping Elliot from pursuing his true passion:
Elliot always had a knack for finding killer real estate deals...trouble was, he never had the liquidity to capitalize on them HIMSELF. He always had to pass the opportunity along to “the guys with the big bucks.”
This really bothered Elliot. He studied the numbers and knew his income wasn’t the problem...it was his MORTGAGE:
The reason banks say these are “the norm” is because they make a TON of money from mortgages...that’s why they push them so hard.
Luckily, Elliot decided to investigate other options...and that’s when he learned about Home Equity Lines Of Credit (HELOCs for short)
A HELOC is a less-well known type of financial product that allows you to utilize the full amount of your assets to FIGHT INTEREST and pay off larger chunks of your home’s principle QUICKLY.
It’s what the wealthy have been using for YEARS and the tool Elliot used to shorten his payoff period from 27 years.
So why haven’t you heard of them?
Because banks don’t make money from them. Banks are in the business of making money so they sell the most profitable product...which results in you paying nearly twice the value of your home.
They neglect to mention the products that are best for YOU, and that’s why we created Replace Your Mortgage.
In fact, here is a video of Elliot talking about the transition and his succes story.
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Who We Are:
Hi there, I’m Michael Lush and I’m a recovering mortgage broker who spent 15 years pushing standard mortgages.
I say “recovering” because three years ago I stumbled across HELOCs and, after going through the process myself, started teaching others like Elliot how to use HELOCs to pay off their homes in 5-7 years.
Since then, my partner David and I have helped over 525 people navigate the HELOC process and accelerate their payoff period.
How We Can Help:
Most people are skeptical when first hearing about us because "it's not what everyone else is doing."
Elliot was the same way and that’s why we told him to start small: We told him to get a copy of our FREE ebook to learn more about how the process works.
Once he saw that what we talk about is MATH, NOT MAGIC, he decided to make the leap.
Now he can use all of the money that would have gone towards interest payments on a standard mortgage to doing the things he really wants...like investing in HIS OWN REAL ESTATE DEALS:
“Right now, I'm maintaining a sizable amount of liquidity in the HELOC so that when a great opportunity arises I can pay cash and close quickly.
I'm not limited to properties that can get financing. That gives me an advantage over other investors.”
So if you're serious about finding a way to acquire more real estate investment deals (and not lining a bank's pockets by paying interest on your mortgage), subscribe below to get your free copy of our ebook.
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Rates are looking good so you decide that you want to refinance your home. But do you refinance to a HELOC or a traditional mortgage? Let's talk about it.
Hey gang, Michael Lush. We recently got a question from a subscriber. "Should we refinance or get a Home Equity Line Of Credit?" Both. See, a lot of folks think that a Home Equity Line Of Credit again, is a second mortgage above and beyond your current mortgage.
What I would suggest you to do, is refinance your current mortgage into a Home Equity Line Of Credit. Instead of getting two loans, you're actually getting one. You're replacing your current mortgage for a Home Equity Line Of Credit.
That way, you've got the proper tool to put all of your money into each month, pull money out as you need it to pay for bills, and you're going to accelerate that and pay it off, on average, in five to seven years. Way easier than having a traditional mortgage. If you like this video, again, "like" below, and subscribe to our channel. Thank care. God Bless. Thanks for watching the video.
Several homeowners get confused between a home equity line of credit and a home equity loan. Here is what you should know when it comes to both loans.
Hey gang. Michael. I want to talk to you today about the two distinct differences between a home equity line of credit, and a home equity loan, because most banks in in credit unions offer both products. You have got to make sure that when using our strategy, you use a home equity line of credit, not a home equity loan.
See, a home equity loan, we'll start with that, is one lump sum cash that the bank gives you for home improvements, or to consolidate debt.
Let's say they give you $25.000, now they're amortizing that loan, $25.000, over 20 years. You have a fixed payment for 20 years, until it gets paid off. With the home equity line of credit, money moves in and out freely, so as the balance goes down, so does the payment.
We're actually going to use that as a checking account, so you have to have the tool, that when you're putting money in, you have to be able to pull it back out. With a home equity loan, you can only put money in, you can't pull money back out. Thanks for watching our video, again, be sure to subscribe. Look forward to seeing you, take care, and God bless.