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5 Times When You Shouldn’t Refinance Your Mortgage

Refinancing your mortgage can drastically lower your monthly payments, especially since rates are still very low. The decision to refinance should be an easy one, right? Not so quick. Refinancing isn’t for everyone or every financial situation. Here are five times you should hold off on refinancing your mortgage:

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How New Mortgage Rules Could Affect You on a Refinance as a Real Estate Investor

With interest rates still hovering near all-time lows, and property values in many places improving but still far below 2007 highs, investing in real estate may seem like a smart move—especially for anyone squeamish about investing in the stock market. (A whopping 76% of consumers are saying “no” to equities, according to Bankrate’s latest Financial Security Index).

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Mortgages: What I Would Tell My 30-Year-Old Self

Often, banks, credit unions, and brokers focus on the “mature” homeowner.  That homeowner that is married with children.  They are talking about upgrading their home for a bigger size.  Paying college tuition for their children.  Buying a retirement property.  However, what about you — the 30 and under homeowner?

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