Listen to the recording on refinancing mortgage loans and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
For many homeowners, refinancing their home mortgages can provide numerous financial benefits over the long run.
For one, you can lower your monthly mortgage payments by taking advantage of lower interest rates. This amount can be significant depending on the market rates.
Second, refinancing your mortgage can provide you with additional funds to finance other home improvements, like repairing that leaky roof, adding a garage, or building an addition on to your home.
Furthermore, by refinancing, you can greatly reduce the length of your loan. After several years into your mortgage, people often earn more money than when they first purchased their home, and thus, have a surplus to pay their off loans quicker.
However, for some people, refinancing their mortgages just makes sense, providing a cushion in case of a financial crisis due to loss of employment or a medical crisis.
Whatever you do, be sure to gather all the facts about refinancing to make the best, informed decision that will meet your current and future needs.