Cash out refinancing for primary residence (owner occupied) homes are gaining in popularity, but so are cash out loans for investment properties. While they were hard to come by just a few years ago, many lenders now offer investment property owners the chance to cash in on their non-owner occupied homes’ equity.
What about using a home equity loan to pay for education? Is that a bad or risky investment? Depends on the degree and student. Taking big risks means big rewards. It’s all about how much risk you’re willing to take to accomplish your goals. Borrowing money from one property (your home) to buy an investment property, is broadly acceptable.
All home equity loans and lines of credit for owner-occupied properties:. Second homes and investment properties: We lend up to 70% of the appraised home.