Historically, innovation in home financing has been based on interest charges and payment options. With the REX Agreement, we’ve eliminated both. In fact, the REX Agreement is not debt of any kind. Convert a portion of your home equity to cash today, with no interest charges and no new monthly payments. The cash you receive can be used for any purpose. Imagine the possibilities!
WHAT IS A REX AGREEMENT?
The REX Agreement is a smart new way for homeowners to convert a portion of their home equity to a lump-sum cash payment today. The cash you receive can be used for any purpose, including reducing debt, remodeling your home, planning for retirement, taking a dream vacation, paying for a child’s education or anything else you can imagine. Best of all, you pay no interest charges on the money you receive, and you make no monthly payments to FirstREX for the life of the REX Agreement.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
At the start of the REX Agreement your home’s value is determined by an independent appraiser. You decide how much of the future change in value of your home you would like to share with FirstREX, from 20% to 50%. The amount of the lump-sum payment you can receive from the REX Agreement is based on the value of your home, the share you choose, the condition of your property and a review of your financial history. At the end of the REX agreement, which typically occurs when you decide to sell your home, FirstREX receives a payment based on the value of your home at that time. If your home increases in value we typically share in the gain. If your home decreases in value, we typically share in the loss. It’s that simple.
Do I Qualify?
The REX Agreement is ideal for some people, but not for others. Homeowners with equity and good credit who have a need for cash, but don’t want to take on more debt or make monthly payments, may find it to be a perfect solution. It is also a good way for homeowners to diversify their assets by moving some of the net worth locked up in their home into other investments. If you are planning on selling your home in the next few years, think home prices are going to rise substantially, or have no concerns about taking on more debt, the REX Agreement may not be the best choice for you. Find out more about the REX Agreement and pre-qualify today.