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Why consider refinancing?

Lowering your interest rate

The interest rate on your mortgage is tied directly to how much you pay on your mortgage each month--lower rates usually mean lower payments. You may be able to get a lower rate because of changes in the market conditions or because your credit score has improved. A lower interest rate also may allow you to build equity in your home more quickly.

For example, compare the monthly payments (for principal and interest) on a 30-year fixed-rate loan of $200,000 at 5.5% and 6.0%.

  Monthly payment @ 6.0%$1,199  
  Monthly payment @ 5.5%$1,136  
  The difference each month is$    63  
  But over a year's time, the difference adds up to$   756  
  Over 10 years, you will have saved$7,560  


Adjusting the length of your mortgage

Increase the term of your mortgage: You may want a mortgage with a longer term to reduce the amount that you pay each month. However, this will also increase the length of time you will make mortgage payments and the total amount that you end up paying toward interest.

Decrease the term of your mortgage: Shorter-term mortgages--for example, a 15-year mortgage instead of a 30-year mortgage--generally have lower interest rates. Plus, you pay off your loan sooner, further reducing your total interest costs. The trade-off is that your monthly payments usually are higher because you are paying more of the principal each month.

For example, compare the total interest costs for a fixed-rate loan of $200,000 at 6% for 30 years with a fixed-rate loan at 5.5% for 15 years.

    Monthly paymentTotal interest  
  30-year loan @ 6.0%$1,199$231,640  
  15-year loan @ 5.5%$1,634$ 94,120  

Tip: Refinancing is not the only way to decrease the term of your mortgage. By paying a little extra on principal each month, you will pay off the loan sooner and reduce the term of your loan. For example, adding $50 each month to your principal payment on the 30-year loan above reduces the term by 3 years and saves you more than $27,000 in interest costs.

Changing from an adjustable-rate mortgage to a fixed-rate mortgage

If you have an adjustable-rate mortgage, or ARM, your monthly payments will change as the interest rate changes. With this kind of mortgage, your payments could increase or decrease.

You may find yourself uncomfortable with the prospect that your mortgage payments could go up. In this case, you may want to consider switching to a fixed-rate mortgage to give yourself some peace of mind by having a steady interest rate and monthly payment. You also might prefer a fixed-rate mortgage if you think interest rates will be increasing in the future.

Tip: If your monthly payment on a fixed-rate loan includes escrow amounts for taxes and insurance, your payment each month could change over time due to changes in property taxes, insurance, or community association fees.

Getting an ARM with better terms

If you currently have an ARM, will the next interest rate adjustment increase your monthly payments substantially? You may choose to refinance to get another ARM with better terms. For example, the new loan may start out at a lower interest rate. Or the new loan may offer smaller interest rate adjustments or lower payment caps, which means that the interest rate cannot exceed a certain amount. For more details, see the Consumer Handbook on Adjustable-Rate Mortgages.

Tip: If you are refinancing from one ARM to another, check the initial rate and the fully-indexed rate. Also ask about the rate adjustments you might face over the term of the loan.

Getting cash out from the equity built up in your home

Home equity is the dollar-value difference between the balance you owe on your mortgage and the value of your property. When you refinance for an amount greater than what you owe on your home, you can receive the difference in a cash payment (this is called a cash-out refinancing). You might choose to do this, for example, if you need cash to make home improvements or pay for a child�s education.

Remember, though, that when you take out equity, you own less of your home. It will take time to build your equity back up. This means that if you need to sell your home, you will not put as much money in your pocket after the sale.

If you are considering a cash-out refinancing, think about other alternatives as well. You could shop for a home equity loan or home equity line of credit instead. Compare a home equity loan with a cash-out refinancing to see which is a better deal for you. See
What You Should Know about Home Equity Lines of Credit.

Tip: Many financial advisers caution against cash-out refinancing to pay down unsecured debt (such as credit cards) or short-term secured debt (such as car loans). You may want to talk with a trusted financial adviser before you choose cash-out refinancing as a debt-consolidation plan.

See below charts for loan amount and estimated monthly payment.

1. Equal Monthly Payment to Amortize:

A Loan of $1,000
Rate %15 Years30 Years
4.00%$7.40 $4.77
4.25%$7.52 $4.92
4.50%$7.65 $5.07
4.75%$7.78 $5.22
5.00%$7.91 $5.37
5.25%$8.04 $5.52
5.50%$8.17 $5.68
5.75%$8.30 $5.84
6.00%$8.44 $6.00
6.25%$8.58 $6.16
6.50%$8.72 $6.33
6.75%$8.85 $6.49
7.00%$8.99 $6.65
7.25%$9.13 $6.82
7.50%$9.27 $6.99
7.75%$9.41 $7.16
8.00%$9.56 $7.34
8.25%$9.70 $7.51
8.50%$9.85 $7.69
8.75%$9.99 $7.87

2. Example:

Home Value (Purchase Price)------$250,000   
Assuming Interest Rate4.75%5.00%5.25%5.50%
Assuming 20% Downpayment$50,000$50,000$50,000$50,000
Loan Amout is$200,000$200,000$200,000$200,000
Monthly Mortgage Payment$1,044$1,074$1,104$1,136

Home Value (Purchase Price)------$300,000   
Assuming Interest Rate4.75%5.00%5.25%5.50%
Assuming 20% Downpayment$60,000$60,000$60,000$60,000
Loan Amout is$240,000$240,000$240,000$240,000
Monthly Mortgage Payment$1,253$1,289$1,325$1,363

Home Value (Purchase Price)------$350,000   
Assuming Interest Rate4.75%5.00%5.25%5.50%
Assuming 20% Downpayment$70,000$70,000$70,000$70,000
Loan Amout is$280,000$280,000$280,000$280,000
Monthly Mortgage Payment$1,462$1,504$1,546$1,590