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Refinance Mortgage Loans

If you are looking to lower your monthly mortgage payments, you may want to consider refinancing your Castle Rock or greater Denver Colorado mortgage. Refinancing can also be a good option if you are consolidating debt or if you are taking advantage of a lower interest rate.


There are several types of refinances to consider, depending on your financial goals and circumstances. Here are some common types of refinances:


  • Rate-and-term refinance: A rate-and-term refinance involves refinancing your mortgage to obtain a lower interest rate, reduce your monthly payment, or shorten the loan term. This type of refinance does not involve taking out any additional cash from your home equity.


  • Cash-out refinance: A cash-out refinance allows you to refinance your mortgage and take out additional cash based on the equity in your home. This can be used for home improvements, debt consolidation, or other expenses. The amount of cash you can take out will depend on your home equity, loan-to-value ratio, and other factors.


  • Streamline refinance: A streamline refinance is a simplified refinance process that is available for certain types of mortgages, such as FHA and VA IRRL (Interest Rate Reduction) loans. This type of refinance may not require a home appraisal or extensive documentation, and it may offer a quicker and easier way to refinance.


  • No-cost refinance: This type of refinance has no closing costs. However, the interest rate on a no-cost refinance is typically higher than the interest rate on a traditional refinance. This type of refinance may be a good option if you are on a tight budget and can't afford to pay closing costs.


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Castle Rock, CO 80104





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Trevor Stucky NMLS 1750467, MLO.100515878 Denver, Colorado | C2 Financial Corporation NMLS 135622, | | All rights reserved. The services referred to herein are not available to persons located outside the state of Colorado. Equal Opportunity Mortgage Broker/ Lender.

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