Can you really pay off your mortgage loan in as few as 5 to 7 years on your existing level of income and without making major changes? Yes you can with the right plan. Read More Below.
Can you fund future purchases, college tuition, and future retirement on your terms instead of someone else’s? Yes you can and the means to do so may already be in your possession. Read More Below.
Can you pay off an auto loan in months instead of years? Yes you can if you are in control of the terms. It’s not about rate of interest or loan amount either. Read More Below.
All we need is your basic budgetary information so that we can build an overall financial picture and provide a detailed strategy tailored to you for your benefit. We go into great detail so that you can fully understand how the program works. Everyone’s situation is different and requires an individual review. You will receive a no obligation consultation with our experts. Once you complete a profile you receive an immediate Summary Explanation. Complete a profile, analyze your options and decide. Receive professional help or help yourself. It’s that simple.
After you complete your profile you receive a free summary report. On the summary page you will find links to our program products and pricing. Complete a profile and get answers to your questions.
You will receive a free eBook when you provide the basic information. The eBook is yours to keep and reveals why the conventional loan environment and conventional banking practices are hurting us more than we have been taught. You can read it at your leisure and it is not a condition of you getting the quick ANSWERS about who we are, what we do, how we do it, what we do it with and why.
You will discover how you can save tens of thousands in interest in a very short time and see immediate results. You will be able to recover or recoup thousands in unnecessary costs in a lot less time. The Personal Profile you provide will allow us to tailor a strategy specifically for you.
We do not collect sensitive information. We don’t ask for a Social Security Number, No account numbers, etc… The information you provide is simple income, expense and debt information. WE DO NOT SHARE OR SELL any information.
Our goal is to first educated then empower you. How you proceed will be up to you.
From: Sherri Brooks
Sent: Monday, August 20, 20129:43 PM
Subject: Re: Truth In Equity
We would love to share our experience about our Truth In Equity account. We have had our loan for about four years now. Currently, we have put $65,000.00 into our HELOC account. Our 30 year fixed loan’s payment was $2,400.00 per month, with only a small amount going toward the principal, but our HELOC payment has never surpassed $1,100.00 per month. We have been able to use the money in our account for things from vacations to replacing a water heater and carpet in our house. We were shown how our payment would fluctuate, according to the interest rate, all the way up to an 18% rate and our payment would still be lower than the traditional fixed loan at a low rate. We are happy to have access to our own money whenever we need it. We admit we could have more in our account if we were willing to change our lifestyle, but the wonderful thing is we don’t have to, and we’re still ahead of the game. We like managing our money. We have been able to help family members when they were in need without it costing us much at all. Truthfully, we were planing on selling our house after we retire, but if the economy and housing market don’t turn around by that time our loan gives us the flexibility to stay where we are. We have also talked about keeping the loan even if we did pay it off, so we could always have access to our money. We honestly can’t imagine anyone who would qualify for this type of loan not taking advantage of it. After a few years of this loan verses over twenty years of traditional loans, we can say there is no comparison, Truth In Equity wins hands down.
Thank you, Amy, for all of your hard work. We can only pray that people will understand the disservice of a traditional loan by a bank that is in the business of making money off of their money. It does not make sense to us, anymore, that people would think that a bank is going to manage their money better than they would or could manage their own money. If they are in the position to qualify for this program, they need to understand they have already been equipped to make it work for them!
Sincerely, Terry and Sherri
From: Chris [mailto:cdtwlr@
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 12:59 PM
Subject: Re: Truth in Equity- Progress check
Things are going well. July is month 29 for me in the TIE Program. I am basically on track. I just checked my profile and I am $524 short from where I am supposed to be. I had some unexpected expenses come up in the last couple of months so I had to pull some funds out. That’s over and done with now so I should be back ahead of the game in no time.
Thanks for checking in!
From: Judie Harrington
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2012 6:23 AM
Bill—I am amazed that more people don’t do this for themselves—smartest decision we have ever made. Yes, share our story—it is true! We entered this process in July 2008 with $210,000.00 debt. Today we are at $13,000.00. We have absolutely no other debt, no credit card debt etc. etc and have paid cash for a new car, helped others and enjoyed life. We are very thankful—it really, really works especially as we near retirement. We will be free in a very short while. We were disciplined to avoid impulse buying and spending, etc because we saw how fast the loan decreased but we enjoyed our life as usual!!
From: Steve Mc
Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2012 5:41 AM
To: Diana Lagarino
Subject: Re: Truth in Equity- Progress Check
Hi Diana, hope things are well with you. We are doing pretty good and making steady progress on paying off the mortgage in the original estimated time frame. The last statement showed and avg monthly balance of around 93K. We have not made as much progress as the first couple years because, I have not rented out my rental property and have been putting money into it to renovate and make it more marketable. The plan is to get it advertised for rent by the end of Sept. The program has allowed me to spend the money I needed to fix it up without really hurting our normal cash flow. So far I have not regretted giving the Truth in Equity program a try. Steve
From: brad g [mailto:bwg17@ xx .com]
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2012 6:53 AM
Subject: RE: Truth in Equity checking in
In the 7 months since I have started with TIE, I have reduced my HELOC by $33,700. I’m happy with that! Thanks for the e-mail.
From: Jones, Dena
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2011 11:02 AM
Subject: Dena Jones Progress Report
Good Afternoon Bill,
How are you? I wanted to give you an update on my participation in the Truth in Equity program. My sister and brother successfully closed on their loan last week and will start the journey of paying off their loan in 7.5 years.
I also spoke to a neighbor last week and a colleague yesterday who both committed to check the website after I described my progress.
As for me, my first year ends in October and I’ll have paid down my original balance by $30,000. That’s after paying off the $11,000 balance on my auto loan! I am on track to pay off my loan in 5 years and am just thrilled with the program.
I have to say I’m so grateful for the day I saw Mr. Goodman on Hudson Valley News last June and thanks of course to you for starting this company. You have a great day!
Management Review Specialist
HQ Financial Control and Support
Sent: Saturday, May 21, 2011 5:48 PM
Subject: Call on Sunday
So far, I am extremely impressed and amazed by the results. For less than a month, it doesn’t seem possible that I’ve been able to reduce my loan balances by so much.
I look forward to speaking with you soon.