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Considering refinancing your mortgage? If you answer yes to any of these questions below, then refinancing your current home loan might be a good option to explore.
  1. Do you currently have an adjustable loan?
  2. Would you like to pay off your high interest rate credit cards or auto loan?
  3. Do you want to get cash out for home improvement?
  4. Do you want to look at options to lower your monthly payment?
  5. Do you have equity in your home?
Your home may be one of your biggest assets, so you want to be sure you've made an informed decision. We can help you learn about the programs and options that may be available to you.

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Potentially Use Equity from Your Home

Since you first began making mortgage payments on your current house, you have likely been building equity.  In most cases, this means is that the value of your investment is increasing with each payment you make.  Through refinancing you use the equity in your home by taking cash out for several purposes from adding value to your home through a remodel to paying off debts that have non-tax-deductible interest costs.  Home loans typically offer lower interest rates than personal loans or credit cards; here are ways to take advantage of historically low interest rates.  
  • Purchase an investment property
  • Home improvements/remodels
  • College tuition
  • Paying of debts