July 02, 2018
Your Home. It’s where your life happens. Where your family gathers, where you share daily triumphs and minor tragedies with the people you love the most. Your home keeps you safe in the present, and secure in the future, appreciating in value even as you enjoy it day in and day out.
If you’re like the majority of Americans, you’ve taken out a mortgage in order to fund the purchase of your home. A lender fronted you the money so you could buy the home from a seller. Since then, you’ve been paying that lender back (plus interest) as your home accrues equity. Equity that you can’t access.
But what if you need that money?
You can take out a second mortgage, or home equity loan, but these options can be challenging:
What if you could bring some of tomorrow’s financial security into your family’s life today, without adding debt or giving up control of the home you love? Well, now maybe you can.Introducing Hometap, the revolutionary new financial service for responsible homeowners, nationwide. Hometap is like a time machine for your home equity, bringing some of the value built up in your home down the road into your bank account right now.
Depending on your home’s equity, its expected appreciation, and your own financial history, you can receive up to 20% of the value of your home in cash, without adding a single dollar of debt to your balance sheet, from now throughout the term of the investment.
The secret? Well, we understand the value of home, too. We’re investing right alongside you in that value, as confident as you are that your home is a great investment.
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