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Refinancing Redux: What Happens the Second Time Around?

September 28, 2015 by Leave a comment

Given persistent low-interest rates, some homeowners are asking if it’s worth it to refinance a second time before rates creep back up. Counting all types of refinances, Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored mortgage outfit, says the average loan refinanced in the first quarter of 2015 was about 5.6 years old, and homeowners cashed out a total... View Article

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Shorter-Term Mortgages: 3 Benefits to Refinancing

September 10, 2014 by Leave a comment

Earlier Payoff, Less Interest and Owning Your Home Sooner Whether it’s paying off our monthly mortgage–or even any monthly bill–many of us are always looking for ways to reduce expenses. As a homeowner, one way to do so is through refinancing your 30-year mortgage. You’ll find taking this action, benefits will follow. But before you... View Article

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Is It Time to Refinance Your Rental Property?

April 9, 2014 by 2 Comments

Homeowners often choose rental property ownership as an investment. However, as rates drop and prices rise (or vice versa) it may become necessary to refinance, whether to take advantage of that lower interest rate or to lower monthly mortgage payments. As many homeowners have learned in recent years, the process of refinancing isn’t as easy... View Article

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Considering a Streamline Refinance

March 10, 2014 by 1 Comment

Refinancing, but Dreading the Paperwork? Streamline Refinancing Can Help Anyone who has ever been through the refinance process knows that the paperwork can be exhausting. In addition to providing a list of relevant documents, the closing officer will show up with a stack of papers that looks a little like the manuscript for War and... View Article

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