I have an ARM 1st mortgage that the bank is calling every week for the past weeks to refi with a special HARP no qualify loan, should I do it?

Asked by Erosarantes, San Francisco, CA Sat Nov 2, 2013

Current Loan Balance $150k
Current ARP 3.5%
Plan to stay another 5 years with the property

Refi will add another $6k to loan amount:
New loan $156k increased by closing cost and $1,500 points
New fixed 20 years at 4.3%

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Thu Nov 21, 2013
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Chuck Green, Agent, Norcross, GA
Sat Nov 2, 2013
Depends on how many years left on your fixed portion of the ARM and the yearly cap rate on the loan.
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Yearly cap up to 2 max at 10% modified yearly
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Lynn C Juhl, Agent, Marietta, GA
Sat Nov 2, 2013
Hello,,,, do everything you can do to make the ARM go away,,,, for most people they are design failure.

THANKS LYNN @ AMERICA'S REALTY INC.
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Don Lantier, Agent, smyrna, GA
Sat Nov 2, 2013
how many years left on the ARM?
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Yearly cap up 2% max rate 10% modified yearly
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Yearly cap up 2% max rate 10% modified yearly
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