Cash back mortgages

cash back mortgage

Cash back mortgages allow borrowers to receive money back after the closing of a home loan. These types of mortgages are perfect for borrowers who could use extra cash during the mortgage process. Contact Canadian Equity to take advantage of a cash back mortgage.

What is a cash back mortgage? A cash back mortgage is a type of home loan that gives borrowers money back after the loan has been closed. It is possible to obtain a cash back mortgage on either a purchase loan or a refinance. The money you receive from a cash back loan can be in the form of a lump sum or instalments. There is no rule for what the money must be used for, but many borrowers use cash back mortgages to help pay for any fees that may arise during the home loan process, as well as for the costs of moving into and renovating a new home.

How much money does a cash back mortgage provide? Upon closing, cash back mortgages will provide borrowers with up to 5 percent of the mortgage loan amount. This means that the larger your mortgage is, the more money you can receive from a cash back mortgage.

For instance, if your mortgage is for $100,000, you can receive up to $5,000 back. Meanwhile, if your mortgage is for $300,000, you can receive up to $15,000 back.

What are the benefits of a cash back mortgage? Purchasing a home can be an expensive process, and cash back mortgages allow borrowers to access needed funds in order to lessen the financial burden. In addition, cash back mortgages can be used for non-home-related costs, such as paying off separate debts or using it for a child’s education costs.

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