Options for Home Refinancing Pittsford NY
There are many options for home refinancing; the one you choose will most likely depend on your particular circumstances as well as the reason for the refinance. In the following paragraphs, we'll look at reasons why people refinance their home mortgages as well as a few options for home refinancing.
Frontier Financial Corp.
311 Alexander Street Suite 214
130 Allens Creek Road
Tompkins Mortgage Company
460 East Ave
1580 Hylan Blvd
Staten Island, NY
171 E Main St
421 Long Acre Road
Dollars & Sense Mortgage Inc
180 Office Park Way Suite 2000
First Republic Mortgage Bankers
438 Main St
New York Mortgage Co
1 Hollow Ln
New Hyde Park, NY
Continental Mortgage Company
1 Old Country Rd Ste 467
Carle Place, NY
Obviously, there's a dollar sign behind your reason for refinancing your home or you wouldn't be considering it in the first place. However, the reason you have for wanting to refinance is important because there are so many ways you can refinance your home and you want to be sure you get the best advantage possible while meeting your goals. For example, maybe you just need to lower your monthly mortgage payment and would like to refinance your home with a longer loan term than you originally agreed upon.
On the other hand, perhaps you've discovered you're able to make larger mortgage payments than you are now making and you would like to refinance in order to shorten the term of your loan. While this is indeed possible, you might also consider adding to your payments each month, especially if there is no prepayment penalty attached to your mortgage. If there is such a penalty, you might want to weigh the fees associated with refinance against any prepayment penalties to see which way you would come out ahead.
Perhaps you need cold, hard cash for medical expenses or to make home improvements. If so, there are a number of ways you can go about refinancing your mortgage to get the cash you need. You'll want to become familiar with the different options for home refinancing so that you can make the best deal possible.
Some homeowners make the decision to refinance simply because they need to in order to avoid foreclosure and remain in their homes. When this is the case, even though you may pay more in interest over the term of your loan, it is often worth it to the homeowners who will do just about anything to save their homes.
However, if you are refinancing specifically to save money, you should take a close look at any fees that may be associated with refinancing to make sure that you will indeed save money. Although you can recoup your refinancing investment by saving money on interest over time, how long you plan to stay in your present home may be a consideration. Depending on how much the refinancing costs, it could take a couple of years until you actually see any savings so you may want to evaluate your particular circumstances before you refinance for this reason.
If you do refinance at a lower rate of interest and remain in your home for say, 5 or more years, you are bound to realize a substantial savings, even after you subtract the cost of refinancing. If you are refinancing because you need to make home improvements, you may easily recoup the refinancing costs by the increased value, and therefore, the increased equity in your home. You will still want to take the time to evaluate your choices and do the math, but you could certainly come out ahead refinancing for this reason.
Many people choose to refinance after their ARM (Adjustable Rate Mortgage) increases the amount of their monthly mortgage payments. While some homeowners are drawn to the ARM when interest rates are low, they are stunned at how much their mortgage payments increase when the rate of interest increases. Although most ARM's come with a built in cap, meaning the interest rate will be "capped" at a certain pre-specified rate, it can still be daunting when your mortgage payment suddenly rises hundreds of dollars each month.
On the other hand, some homeowners with a fixed rate of mortgage choose to refinance using an adjustable rate mortgage when interest rates are lower than when they first financed their home. However, just like ARM's are capped at a certain rate of interest when interest rates rise, the opposite is also true and the ARM can only go so low in most cases, even if interest rates drop lower.