Should You Refinance Your Mortgage? 

Making a decision to refinance calls for the consideration of many variables. The term, loan amount, closing costs, rate and the type of mortgage can all be a factor in making the right decision.

 After becoming a homeowner, there are several reasons why one would opt to refinance. Changes in interest rates, the economy, financial goals and even life events all might create a need. Many times your home can help you meet your goals today and well into the future.


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When market rates are lower than the current rate on your mortgage, refinancing may translate into larger monthly savings.

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McLean can present options that will allow you to payoff a mortgage in 20, 15 or even 10 years and these options are typically offered at lower rates than the 30 year mortgage.

A combination of home appreciation & paying down your mortgage over time can put you in position to eliminate your monthly mortgage insurance payment.

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With an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) there is a risk of rising payments after rates adjust. Refinancing at the end of this period allows you to benefit from the adjustable and return to the safety of a fixed rate.

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With sufficient equity in your home it may be possible to consolidate debts and significantly lower your total payments. Sometimes portions of these savings may be applied to shorten the term of the new mortgage.

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The equity in your home can also be used for purposes other than consolidating debts. You might use the equity to fund a retirement plan, purchase an investment property, or pay for a wedding or college.



RECEIVE A FREE MORTGAGE ANALYSIS

We offer a FREE Mortgage Analysis which can help determine whether you would benefit from refinancing and what options would help you achieve the maximum level of benefits. If you have a financial advisor, we will work with them to make sure this new mortgage fits into your overall financial plan so that you can achieve your long-term financial goals more efficiently.