Does a mortgage refinance make sense for your budget?
Use our free mortgage refinance calculator to get an idea of your overall savings and what your new monthly payment could look like by comparing today’s market numbers to your current home loan.
Ready to see how much you could save by refinancing your mortgage? Get an estimate of your overall savings and new monthly payment using today’s numbers and compare with your current home loan to see if refinancing makes the most sense for you at this time.
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These calculations are tools for learning more about the mortgage process and are for educational/estimation purposes only. Calculator results are rounded down to the nearest dollar. Payment shown does not include taxes, insurance, or mortgage insurance (if applicable). This does not constitute an offer or approval of credit. Contact a PrimeLending home loan officer for actual estimates.
For example, a Conventional fixed rate loan with the terms purchase price of $312,500, on a loan term of 360 months, down payment of 20%, and an interest rate of 6.5%, will result in an annual percentage rate of 6.598% with $3,613 in APR fees. Rate pulled 09/02/22, rates change daily. Loans are subject to borrower qualifications, including income, property evaluation, and final credit approval.
Refinancing your mortgage can offer a host of benefits, namely, saving money in the long run. Other common reasons to refinance a mortgage include:
Much like the initial costs associated with purchasing a home, there are costs affiliated with refinancing your mortgage. Costs and fees associated with a refinance include bank fees, appraisal fees, attorney fees and title insurance. You’ll need to plan on paying closing costs up front, which typically range between 2 to 5% of your loan amount. A mortgage refinance calculator can help you get a better understanding of what you could save.
If you refinanced your home recently and are wondering how soon you can refinance again, you have come to the right place. Technically, there is no limit on how many times you can refinance your home, however the amount of equity that remains in your home after each refinance will have an impact on when you can refinance again. Also, there may be a waiting period if you have recently purchased or refinanced the property.
Your lender may tell you that you have to wait between 6 and 12 months before you can apply for another refinance. That said, if you are refinancing to get rid of private mortgage insurance (PMI), you may have to wait longer than that depending on your lender and loan details. If you have questions about your mortgage and a refinance, connect with a PrimeLending loan officer to discuss what your options may be.