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It’s as simple to pay back your HEI as it was to take out. Here’s how the process of paying back your HEI works, step by step.
A cash savings option is an effective way for homeowners to pay back their HEI without taking on additional debt. Explore the pros and cons to determine if using your savings is best for you.
The most common way to pay back a Point HEI is by selling your home. Learn how easy the process is and tips to make the most of your home sale.
A Re-Point is basically an HEI refinance, allowing you to swap your current HEI in exchange for another. It’s a good option if you want to keep your home.
A reverse mortgage can be a strategic way to repay your HEI in some cases. A financial advisor can help you be confident in your decision.
Cash-out refinances are one of the most popular ways to pay back an HEI from Point. Learn how it works and whether it’s the best option for you.
A home equity loan or HELOC can be a handy tool if you’re ready to pay back your HEI. Learn whether they’re right for you and how the process works.
When does a Point home equity investment have to be paid back? And how do you pay it back? We’ll cover six of the most common options.