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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Loans Make A Great Investment

Perhaps you read this title and thought to yourself, “how is this

possible? Is it a trick?” Let me assure you that it is not a trick.

Indeed, it is very real. There is no scam. It’s an age-old investing

strategy called leverage. Leverage is using the right balance to use a

little force to generate a big motion. Investment gurus have been

doing it successfully for years in margin accounts to borrow stocks,

make money on them, then sell them. The difference in price is their


But this is not a crazy investment scheme. It’s a tried and true

method of investing that you’ll feel completely at ease with.

If you own a home, you can get a secured loan to help you leverage the

value of your home into a greater amount. Here’s how.

When you bought your home, you paid a certain amount for it and

although you have been enjoying it over the years, you (like many

other people) probably hope that your home will increase in value so

when you sell it you’ll make money. Who doesn’t want to do that?

So here’s where a secured loan comes in. A loan, when used to improve

your home, can help you increase the value of it. And often, the

overall value of your home increases at a greater rate than the amount

of the loan! That’s great news. And that’s leverage!

So you should get a secured loan and build that addition,put on a

roof, get new windows, or give your house a paint job. Whatever you

decide to do, you’ll be helping to increase the value of your home,

which is an investment you can enjoy until you decide to sell.

And a secured loan lets you do that inexpensively.This is because a

secured loan is a loan that uses the guarantee of an asset to help you

secure a loan. When a lending institution is deciding whether or not

to give you money, they look at the potential risk they will take. If

you have nothing to offer them but your credit rating, the risk is

higher than if you have a home, a car, some stock certificates, or

some art. Anything of value will help them reduce the perceived risk

they feel because they can potentially take the asset and earn back

their money by selling it should you not be able to make payments.