Game-changing real estate lending platform offers win-win solution for homebuyers, lenders
HomeCars introduces unique concept that allows buyers to drive away from home purchase with new car
A new startup company is preparing to launch an innovative way to help put homeownership within reach for more middle-class families by partnering with financial institutions, real estate agents, auto sellers, and other industry professionals. The HomeCars platform acts as a sort of marketing liaison bringing together home buyers with home sellers, realtors, lenders and others with the goal of making it easier for more people to American achieve financial security, sell more foreclosed homes, grow loan portfolios at banks and credit unions, and improve the overall financial health of the country.
Now, the team behind HomeCars is hoping to bring their platform to the next level through a Gofundme campaign to raise awareness and seed funding.
The mission of HomeCars is to merge America's top two industries: real estate and
automotive. The goal is to consolidate housing and transportation debt by combining home and auto purchases in a way that empowers the buyer while generating more business for realtors and lenders. With HomeCars, home buyers walk away from a closed mortgage deal with reduced monthly living expenses and a new car full paid for through the closing transaction.
"We're very proud to have conceived a game-changing way for banks to consolidate home and auto loans," said Dennis Walton of Home Cars. "We designed HomeCars to be a user-friendly platform makes home and car buying less complicated while putting more people in their own homes and cars, reducing foreclosures, growing lending portfolios, and giving a boost to the real estate industry. Everyone wins."
Real estate industry professionals that wish to list homes through the HomeCars platform can choose from several affordable subscription options. Banks and credit unions will be charged a fee for every home sold. In addition, advertising options are available on the site.
View a video about HomeCars' unique model for homeownership and how it works at https://www.youtube.com/
Read the Gofundme campaign for Home Cars at https://www.gofundme.com/