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Quick Illustration: Bank Equity Program


How Best to Finance an Auto

Become a true banker by using the equity value of your home as capital to purchase your car and fund other big-ticket events.

By using your home equity as a money account, you can finance items with minimal cost

Use the equity in your home to become a BANK
to pay for

  • your auto purchase
  • auto protection
  • insurance
  • maintenance
  • and any other auto obligations

    by simply changing the ways you manage your money.

Instead of using your checking account to receive and payout funds, you will use your home equity line of credit account for all income deposits and expense pay outs.

View the illustrations below:

1st: Use the equity in your home to buy your car

Use your equity line to finance your auto purchase and other needs

  • auto protection
  • insurance
  • maintenance
  • other auto needs
2nd: Deposit all of your income into your banker home equity line of credit account

You will take all of your income sources and deposit them into your equity line account instead of your checking account. Deposit:

  • salary income
  • capital gains
  • savings
  • spare change
3rd: Now use your banker home equity account to pay family expenses

Use your banker home equity account to pay for everyday budgeted
and planned expenses such as:

  • monthly bills
  • food and clothing
  • mortgage payment
  • budgeted card charges
  • other living expenses


use it like you would
use your regular
checking account
to pay for everyday
living expenses

Benefit: Your discretionary income pay offs your auto debt obligations FAST!

Your discretionary income (the income amount minus your expenses) remains into your banker home equity line account to lower the auto debt balance.

Over time, you will be able to pay off your financing debts in half the time by budgeting and managing your banker home equity line of credit to live within your necessary means.

You can also use your banker account to finance other needs such home improvement, college and other.

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