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What are the reasons to have a cash-out refinance on investment property?

Answer:

A cash-out refinance on investment property will not free as much funds as a cash-out on your primary residence, since investment properties are considered riskier by lenders.

However, if you have built significant equity on the investment property you may increase considerably your money flow by making a cash-out refinance on its mortgage. If the new cash-out loan term is longer, and at lower rates, you may free even more cash from saving on monthly payments.

Also, with a cash out refinance on your investment property you can make some improvements and thus raise its rental cost, since home improvements will raise the overall market value.

Another reason to use a cash-out refinance on investment property may be further investing: either in real estate and purchasing a new investment property, or in stocks, bonds, retirement savings, etc.

Cash-out refinances on investment properties are some easy cash that can be utilized to boost your investment power and wealth. You only have to choose the best refinancing options so that you maximize profit.

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