Refinancing My Mortgage
Ask Kate: Refinancing My Mortgage Hi Kate, I am planning on refinancing my mortgage. I purchased my home for $780,000 with a mortgage loan of $350,000. My current mortgage interest rate is at 5.875 percent on a 30 year fixed rate mortgage.
My monthly house payments are $2070 and change. I currently have $342,000 left to pay. I have excellent credit and can lock in at 4.75 percent. I am trying to figure out the formula in order to make the decision to refinance.
Question 1: The closing costs says $7000, however the broker stated that if I have the original survey, title, and my home owner insurance agents information I will save money on the closing costs. I figured the closing costs would be close to $5000.
Question 2: As the home owners insurance was factored into the initial closing costs when I first bought the home, would that reduce the new closing costs?
Question 3: I think I know the break even period for refinancing my mortgage, but I would rather get your insight.
Question 4: Also, what happens with the amount I have already paid on my current mortgage?
Question 5: Next, what do I multiply and divide to figure out my new monthly payment?
Question 6: Lastly what lines should I scrutinize on the new loan documents?
I greatly appreciate your advice in this matter.
Kate Answers: Refinancing My Mortgage
Thank you for contacting Get-Your-Best-Mortgage-Rate.com with your mortgage refi questions. I think many homeowners have similar concerns.
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