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July 07, 2010

Florida Refi

Property owners in the Sunshine State are turning to Florida refi in order to reduce mortgage payments or obtain cash for home improvements, college tuition, or to pay off high interest loans and credit card debt.

When borrowers enter into Florida refi they are taking out a new home mortgage loan. Therefore, borrowers should be prepared to provide financial records to exhibit they are credit worthy. Borrowers must also be financially prepared for upfront mortgage refinancing fees.

Real Estate Investing article on "Florida Refi"

June 24, 2010

Florida Mortgage Refinance

Homeowners in the Sunshine State often turn to Florida mortgage refinance in order to reduce monthly payments. Although refinance rates can range between 2- and 5-percent of the loan value, obtaining a reduction of 2-percent can substantially reduce the overall cost of home mortgages.

By entering into Florida mortgage refinance, borrowers can sometimes obtain cash back which can be used to pay off credit cards, make home improvements, or pay for college tuition. Florida refi is also a good option for homeowners who own investment properties used for seasonal or long term rentals.

Real Estate Investing article on "Florida Mortgage Refinance"

June 13, 2010

Florida Refi

Florida refi is becoming a popular choice amongst property owners in the Sunshine State. Homeowners enter into mortgage refinance for a variety of reasons. The most common include: refinancing to obtain a lower interest rate, consolidating multiple loans, and cash-out refinancing.

Another reason to enter into Florida refi is to extend mortgage loan terms. Many homes in Florida have decreased in value. Investors who own real estate for use as long term or vacation rentals find they must decrease rental rates to remain competitive. By refinancing mortgages investors can reduce their monthly payment and lower rental rates to attract tenants.

Real Estate Investing article on "Florida Refi"