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There are many reasons you might consider refinancing your existing mortgage. It’s important to make your home equity work for you and possibly reduce your monthly mortgage payments.

The following are a few things to consider when contemplating whether or not a refinance is right for you:

  1. Lower Interest Rates- Have interest rates dropped since you purchased your home?
  2. You have a higher credit score now – Having a better credit score can help you qualify for better mortgage products.
  3. You no longer require Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) – Once your loan to value is less than 80% you may be eligible to discontinue PMI on your existing mortgage or qualify to refinance to a mortgage type that does not require it.
  4. Do you want to change the terms of repayment? – You may want to switch from an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) to a fixed rate mortgage. Or, you may want to switch the terms of your repayment. For example, you might choose to switch from a 30 year to a 15 year repayment term
  5. Do you need cash out for a major expense?
What is a Cash-Out Refinance?
When you need cash for an unexpected or large expense, a cash-out refinance lets you borrow against the equity you have in your home. Borrowers will often refinance for large purchases and expenses like medical bills and college tuition. Sometimes a borrower may want cash for debt consolidation or home improvements.
A cash-out refinance could be a perfect solution for you. However, lending guidelines for cash-out refinances can be strict and qualifying could knock some homeowners out of the running. If you are like many borrowers, you may be unsure this type of loan is the best financial strategy for your individual situation. George Mason Mortgage offers exclusive mortgage refinance programs to meet a variety of needs and circumstances. Call me today to find out if a refinance or cash out refinance is the solution you’ve been looking for. 

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