To continue our 3 part series about Home Mortgage Refinancing, we want to point out that everyone has a different financial picture, unique goals and specific reasons why a refinance may or may not be the right course of action. Always seek out a mortgage professional to discuss your scenario so that you can make the best decision for you and your family.Click here to read Part I: Should I Refinance My Home?Getting OrganizedNow that you have considered whether a mortgage refinance is right for you - we've put together a Checklist to help get you ready to Refinance your home loan. Like most of us, a home refinance is easiest when the process goes smoothly and quickly. Choosing a qualified mortgage professional will help ease your stress but there are certain documents that you will need to gather and submit to make sure the lender has a complete refinance application.Document Checklist
Take a moment to try out our Refinance Calculator here»Stay tuned for Part III: Home Refinance FAQ's AnsweredIf you have a mortgage AND a car loan, student loan or credit card debt - you can reduce your monthly costs with a SmartREFi™
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