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  • Sale-leaseback company EasyKnock announces $215 million capital raise, launches new product for home shoppers

    Will buy your house from you, then let you live there while you shop around
    Sale-leaseback company EasyKnock just scored a massive cash infusion, announcing that it has secured $215 million in a debt-equity round, and launched a new product, a play off the sale-leaseback concept marketed toward homeowners looking to buy their next home. The new offering promises to edge out iBuyers with a quick sale at a better rate, plus the ability to let customers stay put while they contemplate their next move, cash in hand.
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  • Alternative equity release products give homeowners another choice

    Homeownership investors and sale-leaseback companies offer debt-free equity access
    For most people looking to tap their equity, a home equity loan or line of credit is the traditional route. But now, a number of innovative products have come to market that help homeowners tap into their equity – without incurring any debt. Here's a rundown of some of the alternative equity release products on the market right now.
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  • EasyKnock lands capital infusion to fuel growth

    Sale-leaseback startup wants to partner with HECM lenders
    Sell and stay company EasyKnock is gaining some traction, reporting Wednesday that it received a sizable capital infusion to fuel its growth. Founded last year, EasyKnock is one of the many companies that have emerged to help homeowners access their home equity. The company said it plans to use the seed money to facilitate partnerships with mortgage companies, including reverse mortgage lenders, paying them a referral fee for their rejected customers.
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  • Hard-up for cash? Sell your home and then buy it back

    Sale-leaseback startup EasyKnock offers an equity-release solution for homeowners in a bind
    EasyKnock wants to help homeowners get back on their feet. They'll buy your house – handing you that equity in cold hard cash – and then rent it to you for as long as you like, or until you're able to buy it back.
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