Before you decide to purchase or refinance a home, make sure it's financially feasible. We've provided a wide range of calculators for you to use to determine some preliminary answers. Plug in your figures and see if it all adds up.
Before you start looking for a home, make sure you're on firm footing financially. Can you pay the up-front costs of purchasing a house as well as the ongoing monthly mortgage and other living expenses? We've provided a wide range of calculators for you to use to determine the preliminary answers. Plug in your figures and see if it all adds up.
You don't need a crystal ball to find the answer to this question. You need to run the numbers. That's the only real way to predict if refinancing your home at this point is a good move. If interest rates decrease over time, to a level that is lower than your current mortgage rate, the time to "refi" may be here. Or maybe you are interested in taking some cash out of your home for debt consolidation or home improvement. A "refi" lets you use your home's equity to invest in your future. Refinancing requires you to go through our simplified application process.
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