want to get equity from the house mortgage is paid off how to do it?

Mortgage paid off want to move on out of state need equity on the house How do I do that?
By zolds549 from CO Apr 8th 2014
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by 1stNati...

You can apply for a cash-out refinance and take out up 75-80% of the value. I am available to help you, can be reached at 888-400-0433 x 313 Chris

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888-400-0433 x 313 Chris

Apr 8th 2014
by dave@re...

A cash-out refinance is the best way to take cash out of a property that is paid off. We have some of the best cash-out refi rates available, feel free to contact me at dave@redrockhomeloans.com and I can email you an estimate to compare. Thanks!Dave

Apr 8th 2014
by William...

If your home is paid for, then you can do either a 1st lien Home Equity Line of Credit, or a cash out refinance.. with a HELOC, you apply one time and have unlimited access to the funds without having to re apply each time.. with a cash out refinance, you apply and get a lump sum of cash.. both can be done with a property that is unencumbered.. I'm a Broker here in Scottsdale AZ and I only lend in Arizona. If you or someone you know is looking for financing options, feel free to contact me or pass along my information. William J. Acres, Lender411's number ONE lender in Arizona. 480-287-5714 WilliamAcres.com

Apr 8th 2014
by zolds549

Thanks a lot, Dave! Your response is appreciated. We broke our heads off thinking what to do next.Thanks

Apr 8th 2014
by kay@kcm...

We would discuss your options for a cashout refinance. I am a locally owned, fully licensed mortgage broker here in Colorado and happy to help you. kay@kcmortgagecolorado.com , CRMS, CMC, Lending Integrity Seal Holder. www.kcmortgagecolorado.com 720-670-0124

Apr 8th 2014
by colorad...

You could also sell the house. If you are married and lived in the house for the last 2 years, you most likely would not need to pay ANY taxes up to 500k in profit. Do you really want to continue to pay a mortgage on the house, maintain it, and/or potentially rent it out? Just asking. My job is a Mortgage Broker but sometimes a mortgage is not the best option. Best wishes! -Robert

Apr 8th 2014