Four refinance myths debunked

Interest rates have been at historically low levels for some time now and some borrowers have refinanced two or three times, but there are others who so far have allowed the opportunity to pass them by. I am not referring to borrowers who can’t possibly meet today’s standards. They haven’t refinanced because they can’t. My …

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Refinance or modify while it’s still possible

Interest rates have been very low for several years, and right now they are lower than ever, yet millions of mortgage borrowers who could profit from a refinance haven’t. Similarly, millions of borrowers who are having trouble making their mortgage payments but want to remain in their homes could have their mortgages modified to make …

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Mortgage Delinquencies Improve

According to an article by DSNews.com, and amount of mortgage borrowers who are delinquent in their payments has dropped to 6.19 percent (an amount they sourced to TransUnion). This percentage is allotted to the end of the first quarter of 2011, and is down from the 6.41 percent at the end of last year.  The …

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