American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To provide new financing or new financing for, as by discharging a mortgage with the proceeds from a new mortgage obtained at a lower interest rate.
- v. renew the financing of
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“Of course this assumes you are a 740+ FICO borrower with a stable job history and 45% debt to income ratio looking to do an 80% rate/term refinance on your owner occupied property.”
“There is limited near-term refinance risk, with no loans maturing in 2009.”
“Currently as it stands these borrowers are unable to refinance their loans as the lowest loan to value any lender can do on a rate and term refinance is 97\% assuming you qualify for a FHA loan.”
“Purchase or rate and term refinance (no cash out and you're not paying a second mortgage / home equity loan that your obtained after your bought your home-that's considered "cash out").”
“A rate-and-term refinance will only include the current loan balance plus any accrued interest, closing costs incurred in the refinance, and any escrow or impound account.”
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