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Refinance Home Loans

  • Pay off debt
  • Renovate
  • Start a business
Refinance your mortgage with a Debtstroyer Home Loan so you can get on with life.

Debtstroyer Home Loan Features

Have you tried mortgage refinancing with your current lender only to have the door slammed in your face by the bank? A Debtstroyer Home Loan will allow you to refinance your mortgage and improve your financial standing so you can better manage your debt.

Reduce Your Debt

We’ll negotiate with your creditors to reduce your unsecured debt amount when you apply for a mortgage refinance. This could save you big by reducing the amount to be paid on your unsecured debts.

An Affordable Repayment

Consolidating your debts into a Debtstroyer Home Loan means you only need to manage the one, easy repayment. This could save you thousands in interest, improve your cash flow and make it easier to manage your debt repayments.

Reduce Stress

By consolidating your debts into a Debtstroyer Home Loan, you pay out your existing unsecured debts, including outstanding debts and overdue credit cards. This will stop those pesky creditor callers from harassing you so you can breathe easy.

What does it mean to refinance
home loan debt into consolidation?

It’s now easier than ever to successfully apply for loans. This has led to people overcommitting themselves financially and putting strain on their budget. What starts as an interest-free store credit can quickly turn into numerous credit cards, payday loans, personal loans and leases. Yikes.

Unsecured debt repayments can be a huge financial burden and can even make it difficult to afford basic expenses such as petrol or groceries. The stress caused by financial difficulties can negatively impact your relationships, career and your health.

Debtstroyer Home Loan

If you refinance your mortgage into a Debtstroyer Home Loan, you can access the equity in your home to pay off unsecured debts through a debt settlement. This will eliminate those debts and leave you with just the one repayment.

There might even be funding leftover to renovate, start a business or pay for a wedding. Treat yourself!

How does mortgage refinancing work?

A dedicated lending manager will assess your overall financial situation, looking at your:

  • Current position
  • Credit history
  • Financial habits.

This will help us determine the best way forward for your circumstances.

Based on these findings, your lending manager will then suggest a plan of action to refinance your home loan. This may involve negotiating with creditors to reduce your overall unsecured debt amount. By including this in your new Debtstroyer Home Loan, it could eliminate your debt and save you thousands in reduced loan repayments. Who wouldn’t want to make refinancing their mortgage more affordable?

Once the negotiation process is done, we’ll complete any documentation required for the application and guide you throughout the entire process. It’s our aim to provide a complete financial solution to people struggling with their finances.

Not only will we get you the loan – we’ll also help you better manage your finances, improve cash flow and get you back on financial track before your debts get out of control.

Bad credit mortgage financing is possible. Learn more about the application process for a consolidation loan with bad credit here.

Our Process

We combine consolidation and debt negotiation with specialised lending products to help you improve your finances and get on with life!

Assessment and Application

We will assess your financial situation, make a recommendation on consolidating your debts and prepare your loan application.

Processing and Negotiation

We will process your loan for conditional approval and negotiate with your creditors to reduce the debt you owe, improving your borrowing capacity.

Approval and Settlement

Once our negotiations are complete and your loan is finalised, we will settle all your debts and you will be stress-free to get on with your life.

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