refinance


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Synonyms for refinance

take on a loan

Synonyms

  • take on a loan
  • borrow
  • remortgage

Words related to refinance

renew the financing of

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A $13,000,000 first lien mortgage for the refinance of an 8-unit mixed-use in Brooklyn, NY.
4 million families refinance their mortgages since the current program began April 1, 2009, some owing more on their houses than they were worth.
Freddie Mac said that refinance activity accounted for 63 percent of all single-family originations in the first quarter of this year.
Households that fail to refinance when interest rates decline can lose out on tens of thousands of dollars in savings.
The company has already helped thousands of California homeowners successfully refinance their home loans.
As stated earlier, different people refinance for different reasons.
If you already have an interest-only loan, Dunagan recommends speaking with a specialist to determine your refinance options, taking into consideration how much longer you plan to stay in the property and how much you can afford to pay.
1 times more likely than whites to receive a subprime refinance, up from 1.
What about homeowners who can refinance over 15 years?
We're delighted to be able to provide our home refinancing services to homeowners in these states as we grow our reach across the country," said Nick Bratsafolis, Chairman and CEO of Refinance.
A $14 100,000 first lien mortgage for the refinance of a 43-unit shopping center on S University Dr in Miramar, FL.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that more than 2 million loans have been refinanced through the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) since the program's launch.
When that happens, they are planning to rent their current home and refinance it to an interest-only mortgage.
However, with the Fed's fund rate now pegged at one percent, Greenspan has nothing left in the toolbox--except the counter-intuitive suggestion that homeowners refinance again to ARMs.
The refinance landscape will continue to morph into a more normal picture.