- Home Improvement
- Debt Consolidation
- Lowering Interest Rate
- Getting cash-out of your home or property
- Facing Foreclosure
MortgageMax can help you when deciding whether or not you should refinance depends on your personal financial situation. Now is the time to take advantage of the historically low rates. If interest rates are lower today than they were when you first took out your mortgage, refinancing is an option. Or, if you bought your home with an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) and are now afraid that any movement in interest rates may cause your mortgage cost to go up, you should consider a refinancing your home. We have many options depending on your situation. We understand each individual is different and we can work with you, to make the most of your property.
If you are unable to make your payments because they are simply too high, let us try and help. Our staff will diligently work with you to clear up discrepancies on your credit or title and help you lower your payments. We understand that every situation is different and that is why we work with several lenders to make sure you’re approved for a refinance.
As the economy recovers from a near financial meltdown, interest rates for new and existing homes will slowly increase. Before rates go back up, you should look into refinancing and see if you qualify.
Because many lenders have changed their requirements it is important that the broker be knowledgeable in the changing regulations in the mortgage industry. MortgageMax has experience in helping individuals navigate through the paperwork. It is important that you understand your financial situation and clear up any troubling issues that can delay you getting qualified and MortgageMax can do that.