If you’re not satisfied with your monthly payment or want to take advantage of historically low interest rates, it’s time to refinance. This is a great way to free up funds every month or pay off your home more quickly*. * Based on current underwriting guidelines. Subject to change.
If your interest rate is higher than current rates, refinancing into a lower rate may save you thousands of dollars.
When you refinance your loan, the loan term resets. Therefore, you can refinance the new lower balance over 30 years to dramatically lower your monthly payment.
If you have an adjustable rate mortgage, you can avoid an increasing payment by refinancing into a fixed-rate mortgage loan.
Refinancing into a 10- or 15-year loan term can help you save money on interest and pay off your mortgage much quicker.
If you have equity in your home, you can use it as collateral to get cash out for any reason.
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The most common type of refinancing loan, rate-and-term pays off the original mortgage then replaces it with a new loan.
Fixed-rate sets a monthly payment during the time of the loan, and also protects from increasing interest rates.
After about a 5-7 year fixed period, the interest rate adjusted based on market conditions. It includes an interest rate cap and provides flexibility for future refinancing.
For homes that are worth more than what is owed in the existing language, this loan replaces your mortgage by paying it off, then refinances the current mortgage, allowing you to keep the difference in cash.
The mortgage balance and future interest payment is lowered with cash you bring in, improving your loan-to-value ratio. Also helps reach the 20% equity threshold, saving on future insurance payments
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), it assists low-income homeowners in refinancing. Certain requirements are necessary. The program allows for a refinance of up to 125% of the home value.
When you refinance, there are three primary factors your lender will consider: your Debt-To-Income ratio (DTI), existing equity in your home, and credit score. Lender requirements for all three vary and if you don’t quite measure up to your lender’s criteria, it doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. There are FHA options available for borrowers with a less than ideal profile. If you’re not sure which option is best for you, just contact us!
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