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LOAN PROGRAMS & RATES expressed are representative of some product offerings but are subject to CHANGE at anytime.

*Florida Second Home Specialist is not a state designation nor a Florida State endorsement.

“THIS PRODUCT OR SERVICE HAS NOT BEEN APPROVED OR ENDORSED BY ANY GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY, AND THIS OFFER IS NOT BEING MADE BY AN AGENCY OF THE GOVERNMENT.” 

Instead this service reflects the scope of our work and commitment to make it easy for out of state residents to finance a second residence in Florida.

 

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The optimal financial goal to achieve by any real estate investor is to maximize the Rate of Return on Investment.  ROI  and improve its debt coverage ratio.  In order to hit this target the principle at play is involves Prudent Leveraging.  Beacon Point Mortgage Solutions provides sound advice in accordance with this principal and in its portfolio of loan origination for your various senarios. We offer the following products, all of which is processed fast and priced competitively for rates and fees.

Balloon Mortgages

A balloon mortgage has an interest rate that is fixed for an initial amount of time. At the end of the term, the remaining principal balance is due. At this time, the borrower has a choice to either refinance or pay off the remaining balance.

There are no penalties to paying off a balloon mortgage loan before it is due. Borrowers may refinance at any time during the life of the loan.

Balloon loans typically have either 5 or 7-year terms. For example, a 7-year balloon mortgage with an interest rate of 7.5% would feature this interest rate for the entire term. After 7 years, the remaining loan balance would become due.

Graduated Payment Mortgages

A graduated payment mortgage is a loan where the payment increases each year for a predetermined amount of time (such as 5 or 10 years), then becomes fixed for the remaining duration of the loan.

When interest rates are high, borrowers can use a graduated payment mortgage to increase their chances of qualifying for the loan because the initial payment is less. The downside of opting for an smaller initial payment is that the interest owed increases and the payment shortfall from the initial years of the loan is then added on to the loan, potentially leading to a situation called "negative amortization." Negative amortization occurs when the loan payment for any period is less than the interest charged over that period, resulting in an increase in the outstanding balance of the loan.