Refinance

13
Apr
2022

If you decide to go through the refinancing process, there are several options available. One of the most popular options is a cash-out refinance. Essentially, you capitalize on the difference between current interest rates and the interest rate on your home loan to keep your payments the same while also drawing equity out of your home in the form of cash. You can use this money to fund your retirement, complete home repairs, or do a renovation project. Even though you can do just about anything you want with this cash, what do you need to know about a cash-out refinance and taxes?

07
Apr
2022

If you want to save money on your mortgage, now might be a great time to refinance. When you refinance your home loan, you replace the existing mortgage with a different one. You can refinance your home to withdraw cash, shorten the term of the loan, or reduce your interest rate. Not everyone can refinance the house, so take a look at a few key rules you need to follow to qualify for a refinance.

15
Mar
2022

You might have heard that more people are refinancing these days. During the refinancing process, you essentially take your current home loan and replace it with a different one. You can reduce your mortgage payments, shorten the life of your loan, or withdraw cash you can use for other purposes. What are a few of the signs that indicate you should consider refinancing?

28
Jul
2021

If you have equity in your home, you may wonder how you can access it. You don’t want to sell your home, but you know you’ve earned a profit from it.

We have many options to secure your home’s equity, one of which is the FHA cash-out refinance. Unlike the FHA streamline refinance, you don’t have to be a current FHA borrower. As long as you meet the requirements below, you can use an FHA loan to cash into your home’s equity.

16
Jun
2021

There are a lot of people who are wondering if now is the right time to move or refinance their current home loan. With interest rates still favorable, a lot of homeowners have the potential to save a lot of money if they are able to secure a home loan with a lower interest rate. There are two ways homeowners can secure a home loan with a lower interest rate. The first is to refinance. The second is to move. Which option is better? There are a few key points to keep in mind.

08
Apr
2021

In 2019 many people expected that the home lending market was going to eventually grow more expensive. Instead, 2020 spent its entire 12 months becoming more affordable when it came to financing a personal home, moving in the opposite direction of what was expected. Not only did the loan cost drop break previous records, but it also presented an additional opportunity for homeowners to reposition and take advantage of lower borrowing costs again.

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