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Home Loan Refinancing

Refinancing your home can be very beneficial to any homeowner. If you are looking to lower your home interest rate, change your home loan terms, or get cash-out of your home, refinancing may be for you. Apply online to get the best interest rate available on the home loan market place.

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Mortgage Lenders in Connecticut Cities

Ansonia
Avon
Berlin
Bethel
Bloomfield
Branford
Bridgeport
Bristol
Brookfield
Brooklyn
Burlington
Canton
Central Manchester
Cheshire
Clinton
Colchester
Conning Towers Nautilus Park
Coventry
Cromwell
Danbury
Darien
Derby
Durham
East Haddam
East Hampton
East Hartford
East Haven
East Lyme
East Windsor
Easton
Ellington
Enfield
Essex
Fairfield
Farmington
Glastonbury
Glastonbury Center
Granby
Greenwich
Griswold
Groton
Guilford
Haddam
Hamden
Hartford
Hebron
Kensington
Killingly
Killingworth
Lebanon
Ledyard
Litchfield
Madison
Manchester
Mansfield
Meriden
Middlebury
Middletown
Milford
Monroe
Montville
Naugatuck
New Britain
New Canaan
New Fairfield
New Hartford
New Haven
New London
New Milford
Newington
Newtown
North Branford
North Haven
Norwalk
Norwich
Oakville
Old Lyme
Old Saybrook
Orange
Oxford
Plainfield
Plainville
Plymouth
Portland
Prospect
Putnam
Putnam District
Redding
Ridgefield
Rockville
Rocky Hill
Seymour
Shelton
Simsbury
Somers
South Windsor
Southbury
Southington
Southwood Acres
Stafford
Stamford
Stonington
Storrs
Stratford
Suffield
Thomaston
Thompson
Thompsonville
Tolland
Torrington
Trumbull
Vernon
Wallingford
Wallingford Center
Waterbury
Waterford
Watertown
West Hartford
West Haven
Westbrook
Weston
Westport
Wethersfield
Willimantic
Wilton
Winchester
Windham
Windsor
Windsor Locks
Winsted
Wolcott
Woodbridge
Woodbury
Woodstock

Mortgage Terms
Annual Percentage Rate (A.P.R.)
The actual cost of a mortgage loan expressed as a yearly rate. The APR will be higher than the interest rate stated on the application and note because it includes fees such as: interest, discount points, origination fee, mortgage insurance and other related fees. The truth in lending act requires lenders to disclose an APR to assist the borrower in measuring the actual cost of a loan.
Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA)
A tax-paying corporation created by Congress to support the secondary market in mortgages on residential properties. FNMA sells residential mortgages to lenders (Conventional, FHA insured, and VA guaranteed). FNMA also purchases pools of mortgages from lenders with securities, also know as Fannie Mae, the largest single holder of home mortgages in the United States.
Foreclosure
A termination of the rights of the mortgagor in the property covered by the mortgage; a court process instituted by a mortgagee or lien creditor to defeat any interest or equity of redemption which the mortgagor or debtor-owner may have in the property.
Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
In the event that you do not have a 20 percent down payment, lenders will allow a smaller down payment - as low as 3 percent in some cases. With down payments below 20%, borrowers are usually required to carry private mortgage insurance depending on your loan's structure. Private Mortgage Insurance, is paid on all non-government-insured loans and whose equity is less than 20%. When you have accumulated 20% in equity, your lender may waive PMI at your request. FHA and VA loans have different insurance and guidelines; see Mortgage Insurance Premium for FHA loans.

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