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PA Divorce Buyout in Pennsylvania

Since 1979 Somerset Investors Corp. Co. has been considered a leader in the residential mortgage lending business and is currently licensed in 26 states, including Pennsylvania, offering its expertise in many of the circumstances that life brings to many homeowners.   In most cases Somerset has been able to provide lower payments for the spouse remaining while giving large cash outs to the other. Our Divorce Buyout Loan Specialists work with you to determine how much of a loan you need and what it will cost to refinance.Following is an example of how Divorce Buyout works:

Example: John and Jane own a house valued at $500,000, with a mortgage (or mortgages) that total $300,000.  If you subtract the value from the total loan about ($500,000 - $300,000) you get the equity of the house, in this case $200,000.  If John and Jane split their assets 50-50, each have $100,000 equity in the house.  Therefore, if John wishes to keep the house, he would need to refinance the mortgage(s) with a total loan amount of $400,000 and use the remaining $100,000 to buy out his spouse.

Local divorce buyout directory for PA :
Kane Kennerdell Kinzers Kossuth
Kantner Kennett Square Kirkwood Kreamer
Karns City Kent Kittanning Kresgeville
Karthaus Kersey Kleinfeltersville Kulpmont
Keisterville Kimberton Klingerstown Kulpsville
Kelayres King of Prussia Knox Kunkletown
Kelton Kingsley Knox Dale Kutztown
Kemblesville Kingston Knoxville Kylertown
Kempton Kintnersville Koppel

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