Americans are saving $1,000’s on their mortgage and $100’s on their monthly payment with new federal government mortgage programs.
Locking in a lower rate could reduce your monthly payment by several hundred dollars and save you tens of thousands over the life of your loan. And for those who owe most of the value of their home, you may qualify for the new government mortgage relief programs and save up to $4,554 per year ($355 a month).
But current low interest rates and government mortgage programs won’t last forever.
Check if you qualify now to:
- Get a lower interest rate and reduce your mortgage payment.
- Cash out for home remodeling, or paying off high interest student loans and credit card debt.
- Shorten your term from 30 to 15 years.
Don’t overpay thousands in interest. Visit Fed Rate Watch and take a 60 second quiz and see if you qualify for a no-cost refinance before rates start going up.