By Kristen Elliott on 8/23/2018
Whether you’re looking to pick up the pace on paying off your home or you’re looking for a more stable option, it’s the perfect time of year for your annual mortgage review.
Whether it’s an exciting milestone and you’re sending your child off to college, make sure you’re making the best decisions and making your house and mortgage work for you.
By Nick Van Heest on 8/21/2018
Learn about four types of refinance loans – rate and term, cash-out & HELOC – from Guaranteed Rate. You may be in a position to lower your rate.
By Guaranteed Rate on 8/13/2018
Let Guaranteed Rate explain the difference between recasting a loan and refinancing. Mortgage recasts can reduce monthly payments, with less paperwork and fees
By Nick Van Heest on 8/13/2018
Learn whether a cash-out refinance could be right for you. Guaranteed Rate explains the pros and cons of a cash-out refi to help you make an informed decision.
By on 5/24/2018
Are you feeling financially squeezed with the amount of bills coming your way each month? Refinancing your home loan with a cash-out refinance is a great way to get the money you need to consolidate all those bills and get rid of their high interest charges.
By Guaranteed Rate on 4/2/2018
There are many scenarios life will bring your way therefore lenders offer a variety of refinance options. When researching the best type of your refinance for your mortgage needs its best to understand the details of your options as well as your financial needs and goals. Prior to engaging in a home refinance you should …
By Kevin Lambert on 4/24/2017
If you’re looking to buy or refinance a home, the U.S. Government offers a number of mortgage products that are less restrictive and more affordable than conventional loans. Among them is the VA loan, backed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Available to active and former American military service members, VA loans feature major …
By Jeremy Collett on 2/5/2016
Despite a slightly stronger-than-expected January Employment Report, bonds continued to march higher on February 5, keeping interest rates near their lowest levels in almost a year. The unemployment rate in the United States dipped to 4.9 percent from 5.0 percent, indicating that recent hikes in minimum wage and a warmer winter are possibly strengthening the …
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