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In part one of this series, we discussed some of the new realities of mortgage refinancing in an interview with Quicken Loans Vice President and mortgage industry veteran, Stephen Luigi Piazza. The discussion continues here in part two, with more tips and trends that homeowners should know about if they want to refinance their mortgage today.
With mortgage rates at record lows, many homeowners are looking to refinance their mortgages to save money on their monthly payments and/or pay off their mortgages faster. But what do people need to expect if they want to refinance? Is it still possible to get a home loan? Do you need a perfect credit score? What does it take to qualify, and what options do borrowers have for structuring their new loans?
Advice on how to save money often focuses on the importance of “small things” – stop buying $4 lattes every morning, cancel your cable TV and magazine subscriptions, and so on. While these “small savings” can indeed add up to some significant amounts of money, the amount of time and effort that you put into scrounging up extra dough is often substantial as well. What if you really want to save some big money? It’s time to stop thinking small, and think big.
While it is typically not the American dream to get into debt, it can be a dream come true to finally dig yourself out of debt. Learn three ways that Americans may be able to beat the debt monster once and for all. The three areas include a mortgage refinance, credit card balance transfers and paying off federal student loans.
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I know, it’s the holidays and extra cash is a rarity for most of us. But if you’re in the lucky spot of being able to afford putting extra money toward your mortgage, there are a few questions you should ask yourself first if you want to make the right choice financially, according to ABC News and the experts.
It’s not always easy to recognize when it’s time to refinance. But if you don’t stay on top of things, you may be throwing away money each month on your mortgage payment. Thankfully, there’s a resource out there that can give you a great start toward understanding your options and when to act: The Home Loan U Guide to Refinancing.