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PostHeaderIcon Paying Mortgage, Private Mortgage Insurance & Refinancing Rate

There are many different ways to paying mortgage. A client can have bi weekly, monthly payments which can help them pay off their mortgage faster. There are many different options to paying off the mortgage; one is increasing your payment schedule. Another ways are making lump sum payments, shorten the time frame of your loan, and increase your payments. Also you can refinance at a lower interest rate, but continue paying the same amount each month. If a client is on a bi weekly, that means that the client will make on extra payment a year. Also if a borrower refinances into a 15 year, this makes your payment high but ultimately will pay off your mortgage faster. To know the best way to paying the mortgage is by calling a financial company and fingering out the best option.

Private mortgage insurance is also referred to as PMI. Private mortgage insurance is insurance for the lender to have, just incase the borrower defaults on the loan. The clients that have PMI are the ones who own less than twenty percent of the property. If a client got into an eighty-twenty loan they most likely have PMI.  The way that a borrower can get rid of PMI is by refinancing once they own more than twenty percent or if their house apprises for more. For a client to get rid of private mortgage insurance they need refinance and they need to have their loan to value under the eighty percent mark to get away from private mortgage insurance. If a client is purchasing a property and do not put twenty percent down this will mean that they will have PMI. PMI is a way that lender allow borrower to get a loan with out putting twenty or more percent down.

Refinancing rates are the interest rate that borrower get once a refinance is done. Interest rate is the price that a borrower pays on the money that they do not own. When doing a refinance changes your interest rate typically for a lower one. If you lower your interest rate than your monthly payments will also decrease. Interest rates change day to day but they relatively stay around the same. When refinancing the rate you get matters on your credit score, loan to value, and also the term life of your loan.

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