I would contact the mortgage company that did the refinance first. If they are not willing to accomodate your request you should contact the department of Banking and Insuran ... more
http://oprs.co.monmouth.nj.us/oprs/clerk/C ... more
It's very possible that your mortgage could qualify for a refinance under HARP2. If I were you, I would contact your current lender to see if they are partic ... more
The difference is simply timing. This means that a bank approved SS has already been reviewed and agreed to by the owner and the bank/lien holder.
A SS that is not ... more
You would likely qualify for a new mortgage against the new home. Rates on purchase loans are typically lower than on cash out refinances. I would just plan on setting up a ne ... more
To refinance, the lender will order an appraisal. If your property appraises for more than the amount you want to refinance, and you meet all other lender requirements (i. ... more
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