Definitions

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  • noun One who refinances.

Etymologies

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refinance +‎ -er

Examples

  • "To be a successful refinancer in this marketplace, you have to be much more of a traditional kind of borrower," says Keith Gumbinger, a mortgage analyst with HSH Associates.

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  • 'Serial refinancer' is the mortgage industry's term for people who refinance repeatedly, 'stripping' equity from their house.

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  • Average equity taken out during refinancing is around $20,000 -- which which means the average refinancer gets a cool $20k of pocket money to spend.

    August 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Average equity taken out during refinancing is around $20,000 -- which which means the average refinancer gets a cool $20k of pocket money to spend.

    August 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Average equity taken out during refinancing is around $20,000 -- which which means the average refinancer gets a cool $20k of pocket money to spend.

    July 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Average equity taken out during refinancing is around $20,000 -- which which means the average refinancer gets a cool $20k of pocket money to spend.

    August 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Average equity taken out during refinancing is around $20,000 -- which which means the average refinancer gets a cool $20k of pocket money to spend.

    ~ Angry Bear

  • Average equity taken out during refinancing is around $20,000 -- which which means the average refinancer gets a cool $20k of pocket money to spend.

    August 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Plus, finding an online auto refinancer is so easy thanks to the number of lenders trying to get your business.

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  • It's a white-hot legal issue in the real estate business, but for consumers it basically boils down to this: Should you as a home buyer or refinancer be charged $450 for an appraisal that cost your lender $175?

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