Refinance

When you refinance your mortgage, you are taking out a new loan to pay off and replace your existing loan. This is usually done to accomplish one of several things:

 

  • Secure a lower interest rate and reduce your monthly payment to save money
  • Pull cash out of your home’s equity to remodel, complete major home repairs, pay off debts, or invest in other things
  • Convert from an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) to a Fixed Rate Mortgage
  • Change the length of your loan so you can pay it off more quickly

 

Wondering how much money you could save by refinancing? With interest rates still near all-time lows, now is the time to consolidate debt, complete that remodel, and secure a predictable low monthly payment on your mortgage.

 

TILA Mortgage is a DBA of American Pacific Mortgage who was named one of the Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America. Our experts are committed to helping you qualify for a great loan at a great rate.

 

Call (206) 766-8888 now for a free consultation or get a free rate quote by email. From Seattle to Tacoma, and Bellevue to Spokane, we serve all of Washington State.

 

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REFINANCE LOAN OPTIONS

Fixed Rate Mortgage

 

With this type of mortgage, the payment stays fixed over the life of the loan. Even if market rates change drastically, payments remain the same from month to month.

Adjustable Rate Mortgage

 

This type of mortgage loan is characterized by interest rates that adjust or fluctuate in with the market. They typically offer an introductory/lower interest rate which is set for an initial period of time. After that, the interest rate may rise or fall, as will the monthly payments.

FHA Insured Loan

 

These loans are insured by the Federal Housing Administration and originated by certain FHA-approved lenders. They require a low 3.5% down payment and allow the buyer to finance most of the closing costs. These loans are designed to assist borrowers who need help getting loan approval because of lower credit scores or limited down payments.

Jumbo Loan

 

This type of loan is used to purchase higher prices homes. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac set loan limits for mortgages that are considered “conventional;” loans that are taken out in excess of these limits are considered Jumbo Loans.

Real Estate Investor Loan

 

This type of loan is used to purchase property for investment purposes as opposed to one’s private residence. Often the property will be used for rental purposes, such as a rental home, apartment building, or other space that gives the owners an opportunity to create profit and income over the long term.

VA Loan

 

These loans are available to active duty or military veterans and are insured by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. They require no down payment and can be used for either a home purchase or a refinance.

Home Improvement Loan

 

The FHA 203k loan program provides home buyers the opportunity to buy and fix up a property without exhausting their personal savings. Home buyers can purchase a property and also finance the repair or remodel costs up to $35,000 in one simple fixed-rate loan.

USDA Home Loan

 

This Guaranteed Rural Housing Loan Program is offered through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The program offers assistance to low and moderate-income rural residents whose income is equal to or less than 115% of the area median income. It allows 100% financing with a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage in specifically designated areas deemed “rural” by the USDA.

WHY REFINANCE?

 

Reasons why you might want to consider a mortgage refinance:

 

  • Lock in a better interest rate
  • Consolidate debt
  • Reduce risk with a shorter term
  • Free up cash

 

TILA Mortgage has the top refinance mortgage products available in the market today. With lower interest rates and reduced closing costs, our home refinance programs can help improve your financial situation. Let us help you select the best mortgage refinance product for your needs.

Details

 

Better Interest RateRate: This helps you save money either immediately by lowering your monthly payment, or over the life of the loan if you combine the lower interest rate with a shorter loan length.

 

Debt Consolidation: Interest rates on consumer debts are typically higher than those on home loans, so refinancing to consolidate debt can save you a lot of money on interest – not to mention the convenience of making one simple payment a month. When you refinance, you take out some of the equity in your home to pay off recurring obligations, and often the amount of your new refinanced mortgage is less than the combined total of all your previous debt payments.

 

Reduce Risk: There are a couple of ways to reduce risk through refinancing. First, you may switch from an Adjustable Rate Mortgage to a more predictable Fixed Rate Mortgage. You may also choose to reduce the length of your loan, allowing you to pay off your mortgage and get out of debt more quickly.

 

Free Up Cash: This type of loan is used when consumers have equity in their home that they want to use for a variety of reasons. These may include remodeling or completing major home repairs, paying for college, making a down payment on another property, or purchasing a personal asset like a car or boat.

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