6 truths about no-cost mortgages

Have you heard about no-cost mortgages?  Here are the pros and cons about shopping for one in this housing market: While buyers avoid overcharges, they also pay a higher interest rate “Is shopping for a no-cost mortgage a good strategy in today’s market?” No-cost mortgages are relatively easy to shop because of their simplicity, and …

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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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Refi into ARM for faster mortgage payoff

One of the interesting features of the current mortgage scene is that some borrowers with adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) are refinancing into fixed-rate mortgages (FRMs), and some with FRMs are refinancing into ARMs. Exchanges with borrowers on both sides of this divide indicate that differences in opinion on where interest rates are headed have little bearing …

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