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By Nick Van Heest on 4/26/2018
Refinancing your mortgage is like souping up a sport bike. The right tools and the right plan can reduce your rate and retrofit your home loan to fit your needs.
By Nick Van Heest on 1/10/2018
Life can be hard to predict. In many cases, refinancing can get you a lower interest rate or let you adjust the length of your loan to better fit your current situation. Take a look at these four common types of refinance loans.
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 …
By Selene Garcia on 6/6/2015
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 KJ Schultz on 5/2/2015
While refinancing is the most common method used to reduce monthly mortgage payments, a loan recast offers less than half the fees and paperwork, while keeping the same rate and amortization schedule. And, for a nominal fee, most lenders (with the exception of FHA and VA) will recast your mortgage loan. If you’ve received a …
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