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Synonyms for refinance

take on a loan


  • take on a loan
  • borrow
  • remortgage

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renew the financing of

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knows exactly what information borrowers should know in order to make an informed decision of whether or not to refinance their home loan.
The company has already helped thousands of California homeowners successfully refinance their home loans.
In Florida in November, HARP refinances represented 56 percent of all refinancing activity in the state, according to FHFA.
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.
5 times more likely to receive a subprime refinance loan than whites, up from 3 times more likely in 2001, said Valerie Coffin, national research director for the Association of Community Organizations, known as ACORN.
1 times more likely than whites to receive a subprime refinance, up from 1.
His decision: to refinance the remaining $450,000 on his 30-year, fixed-rate loan with a 7.
Consumers who refinance stand to benefit in a number of ways.
For example, if grandfathered debt has 8 years remaining when the taxpayer refinances with a new 15-year mortgage, the new loan is considered grandfathered debt for 8 years.
from among 40,000+ lenders, Quicken Loans has observed a double refinance trend this past year as interest rates have fallen to the lowest they've been since the `60s.
In August, HARP refinances for borrowers with LTVs greater than 105 percent accounted for more than 70 percent of HARP volume in Nevada, Arizona and Florida.
This includes both purchase and refinance activity.
LPS' RediRefi program is a customizable, full-service solution that can help lenders improve the success rate of their refinance campaigns.
Headquartered in San Francisco, the company helps owners and developers of apartment and senior properties with all aspects of financing, including new construction loans, refinances, loan servicing and regulatory requirements.
In the event the Company refinances its credit facility as it expects, it will incur in the third quarter a non-cash pre-tax extraordinary charge of approximately $11.