REASONS TO REFINANCE
Take Cash out
Refinancing your mortgage is a fantastic way of putting your home’s equity to work. You refinance for a bigger loan amount than you owe and keep the difference with a cash-out refinance. You won’t have to pay taxes on any of the money you get. Many homeowners use the cash in their house to pay down high-interest credit card and student loan debt. You can also take cash to pay for house improvements, education, or whatever else you require. A cash-out refinance might be a wonderful option to consolidate or pay off debt because mortgage interest rates are often lower than interest rates on other obligations. In addition, mortgage interest is frequently tax-deductible, although interest on other obligations is not.
Get A Lower Payment
With a cheaper mortgage payment, you’ll have more money to spend on other things. You can cut your payment by refinancing in a few ways, such as refinancing with a cheaper rate, refinancing to eliminate mortgage insurance, or refinancing to change the mortgage term.
Shorten Your Mortgage Term
Shortening the term of your mortgage is an excellent method to save money on interest. Shortening your term will result in a lower interest rate. In the long run, a lower interest rate and fewer years of payments result in significant interest savings. Shortening the term of your mortgage is an excellent method to save money on interest. Shortening your term might often result in a lower interest rate. In the long run, a lower interest rate and fewer years of payments result in significant interest savings.
We’re ready to take you step-by-step through the full mortgage refinance procedure! Let’s get this party started. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll know exactly what actions you need to follow to refinance your mortgage and whether or not a refinance is good for you.
Required Docs & Disclosures
To verify the information, you provided on your application, the lender will need you to produce the following documents:
• Signed Disclosures
• Complete Federal Income Tax Returns
• Two to five pay stubs from the most recent pay period
• Mortgage Statement Copies
• Information on the Homeowners Association
• Name, agent, and phone number for homeowner’s insurance
• A copy of your ID/Driver’s License
EXPLORING YOUR REFINANCE OPTIONS
CHOOSE THE RIGHT PRODUCT
APPRAISALS AND UNDERWRITING
CLOSING YOUR REFINANCE