Refinance 10 year Fixed no Closing Costs

Funding 10 years Fixed no acquisition costs

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"Nobody costs" mortgages refinancing: Walking down the ladder

Last weekend I announced I was re-financing my mortgages. Fixed interest on my 15-year-old fixed-rate mortgages was reduced by 0.25% from 5.125% to 4.875% with a "no cost" refund. The creditor bears all closing costs. On the other hand, my course is higher than what it could have been.

And if I took care of the graduation, I'd have gotten 4.625%. Whenever the interest rates fall, I practice the built-in put options on the mortgages and make a "no cost" refund. In this way I make sure that my interest will never be more than 0.25% higher than the lowes.

That 0.25% number is the classic punishment on my credit amount for carrying out a "free" refund compared to the payment of the acquisition costs. What I have to make clear is that what I have done has worked for me in the past. It will also not work in all tariff environments. And with a "no cost" refund, I don't charge any closing costs at the moment of closure.

I' m paying a lower interest than before. Eliminates the greatest insecurity for any funding decisions - "Is it the acquisition costs value? It'?s rewarding as long as the interest rates are lower. When I select "no costs", the creditor prepays the one-time closing costs and accumulates higher interest over the course of tim.

When I hold the mortgages beyond a breakeven point, the creditor will be better off. I' m better off if I don't keep the mortgages for long. In theory, if I knew which refund would be my last and I would keep this for a long while, I should decide to cover the acquisition costs.

My break-even between my two decisions this year is 9 years, according to The Mortgages Refinancing Engine 3a by The Mortgages Professor. Since I refinance aggressive and because the interest rates have fallen, I have never kept a home loan for that long while. The last times I refilled, I thought about buying the locking costs because the rates were already low.

Well, I had the same thought this had. At the end I still decided to keep my option open with a "free" refill. And for more information and advantages and disadvantages about "no cost" refer to The Mortgage Professor's No Costs Mortgage ( Taylor Larimore's links in Togleheads forums. Thank you, Taylor.).

When a consultant charges you a percent of your wealth, you pay 5-10x too much.

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