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Mortgage Rates Fall Again: Should You Refinance?

According to Freddie Mac’s Prime Mortgage Rate Survey, the average interest rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage ticked down by two hundredths of a percentage point to 3.65 percent for the week ending April 23, 2015. While it wasn’t a big change, it’s a reminder that our economy still hasn’t recovered fully from the shock of the recession. It’s also further confirmation that now is a great time to buy a house if you can qualify for a loan. I’ll run through the numbers for 15-year fixed, 5-year ARM and 1-year ARM on this Real Estate Minute.
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Detailed explanation of the FREEandCLEAR.com Mortgage Refinance Calculator which allows you to determine if it makes sense for you to refinance your mortgage by comparing your existing mortgage to a new mortgage. Our refinance calculator enables you to evaluate how refinancing changes your monthly mortgage payment and total interest expense over the life of the mortgage. You can also compare different mortgage types and terms to determine if it makes sense to change mortgage type or term when you refinance. Visit FREEandCLEAR.com to learn more and to master the mortgage process. Visit https://www.freeandclear.com to learn more and to master the mortgage process.