Refi Options

Refi Options

Often people refinance to reduce their interest rate, cut monthly payments, or tap into their home’s equity. Some homeowners refinance to pay off the loan faster, get rid of mortgage insurance, or switch an adjustable-rate to a fixed-rate loan.

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Conventional Refinance

Refinancing is a process in which a current loan is converted. 

At times, an FHA loan is switched to a conventional, terms are shortened, or the property equity it tapped.

One of the most flexible products available on the market today is a conventional loan. This mortgage applies to primary residence, second homes, and investment rental properties. 

Homeowners are utilizing this to accomplish a wide variety of their financial goals

  • Shortening your loan term to a 25/20/15-year repayment schedule replacing a 30-year mortgage and cutting the total interest paid

  • Switching from an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) to a fixed-rate loan, creating a predictable monthly payment to make budgeting easier

  • Refinancing into a lower interest rate, which will reduce your monthly payment

  • Eliminate Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)

  • Tap into your equity with a cash-out, for home improvements debt payoffs, anything at all

Discuss your Refinancing Options with an ORM professional