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Lower My Payments One of the most common reasons why you would want to refinance is because you can lower your monthly mortgage payment. A number of reasons exist why refinancing will do this, the most common being a lower interest rate, but that’s not the only one. Here are a few ways you can lower your monthly payment.

Lower Your
Interest Rate

A lower interest rate can substantially reduce your monthly obligation towards your mortgage payment. A small reduction in your interest rate will yield thousands of dollars in savings over the life of the loan. Interest rates are still at historical lows.

Remove Mortgage
Insurance

If you originally financed your home with less than 20% of a down payment, you likely have mortgage insurance you are paying in addition to principal and interest. Refinancing now that you have more equity can remove that additional cost and reduce your monthly payment.

Change from FHA to Conventional

FHA Loans are great to get into a home with less of a down-payment. You might be surprised to see how much money you could save each month by refinancing to a Conventional loan now should you have the equity in the home to do so.

Change The Terms of Your Mortgage

Have a 30 year but interested in a 25 or even a 20 year? This could save you money monthly as well as shave off thousands of dollars of interest over the life of the loan.