Refinancing 101, Mortgage Industry

Mortgage Refinance Rates Today

November 15, 2016 / Posted by Preston

If you own a home it's a great idea to stay informed about mortgage refinance rates. It's hard to predict which way the interest rate market will move, so getting a regular upate on home refinancing rates will allow you to take advantage of money saving opportunities as they come up.

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Meet The Genius Suggestion Engine Transforming Mortgage Refinance

April 05, 2016 / Posted by Thierry Godard

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Mortgage 101, Refinancing 101, Saving Money, Personal Finance

Pay Off Your Mortgage Faster and Save Thousands with This Simple Financial Move

March 30, 2016 / Posted by Chris

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4 Painless Home Mortgage Calculators That Will Save You Thousands

March 24, 2016 / Posted by Chris

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Should I Refinance My Mortgage? 5 Reasons You Should

March 15, 2016 / Posted by Thierry Godard

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Mortgage 101, Refinancing 101, Saving Money

What is Prepaid Interest Charged By a Mortgage Company?

February 11, 2016 / Posted by Chris

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Refinancing 101

I Just Refinanced. Should I Refinance Again?

January 28, 2016 / Posted by Chris

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What's Going On with Mortgage Rates Today?

January 21, 2016 / Posted by Chris

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Refinancing 101

Homeowner’s Insurance and Your Refinance: What You Need To Know

January 21, 2016 / Posted by Chris

When you purchased your home, it’s likely you had a real estate agent holding your hand throughout the process - helping you navigate things like home insurance, closing costs, inspections, appraisals and more. But, as you prepare to refinance, you’re likely doing it alone. It’s normal to have questions about these things.

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5 Reasons Your Refinance Was Rejected

January 12, 2016 / Posted by Chris

You can decide to refinance your home for many reasons: lowering your interest rate, reducing your monthly mortgage payment amounts, home improvements, or to cash-out some of the equity in the home. But what happens when you’re rejected? And, what steps can you take to get approved the next time around?

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