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Financing in San Dimas : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 14, 2011
Carl Henker answered:
Do you have a letter from the City and/or County that says the property may be rebuilt as it is in the event of a fire in the future. (know as a burn down letter). If so I might have an option. ... more
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Sat Sep 13, 2008
Jeff and Ginny Mitchell answered:
Usually you would want to see a bigger change in interest rates when you already have a fixed rate mortgage. However, you can run the numbers on many online calculators to determine how many years it would take to actually be better off with a re-fi. Don't forget that you will have new closing costs related to the new mortgage. Find out what those are to put into the mix.

In addition, you will need a new appraisal on your property, and the property MUST appraise above the mortgage amount. To get the best rates, you would need to have at least 20% cash equity above the new mortgage amount. With prices falling, you may not get the new appraisal you need to qualify for a new loan as good as the one you already have. Good luck to you.
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