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Synonyms for refinance

take on a loan


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renew the financing of

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Just a little more than half of May's HARP refinances came from the 12 states with the highest rates of HARP participation: Florida (8.6%), Georgia (7.9%), Connecticut (7.5%), New Mexico (7.5%), Rhode Island (7.1%), Maryland (7.1%), Ohio (7%), Nevada (6.9%), Michigan (6.8%), Delaware (6.8%), Illinois (6.1%) and Arizona (5.9%).
The total volume of refinances in the third quarter increased slightly in the quarter, while HARP loans were down modestly.
knows exactly what information borrowers should know in order to make an informed decision of whether or not to refinance their home loan.
Mechel OAO (NYSE:MTL), a Russia-based metal mining company, has announced entering into agreements to refinance short-term credit facilities.
The purpose of the refinance was to lower the interest rates and provide capital for repairs and renovations in the future.
For conventional refinances, be sure to do comparison shopping among lenders to find the best terms.
In recent years, rising home prices, generally falling interest rates, and a desire to convert accumulated home equity into spendable funds have combined to provide millions of homeowners with the opportunity and motivation to refinance the mortgage on their primary residence.
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.
In Florida in November, HARP refinances represented 56 percent of all refinancing activity in the state, according to FHFA.
Refinancing activity under the administration's Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) continues to soar, with HARP loans accounting for one-quarter of all refinances done in August.
Encouraging a borrower to breach a contract and default on an existing loan prior to and in connection with the consummation of a loan that refinances all or part of the existing loan.
HARP refinances accounted for nearly 60 percent or more of total refinances in states hardest hit by the housing crisis--including Nevada, Arizona and Florida--compared with 27 percent of total refinances nationwide.
The homebuyer would pay the 5 to 7 percent back to the State Department of Finance when he or she sells or refinances the home.