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www.balancepro.net/education/publications/refinancehome.html

When you refinance your mortgage, you usually pay off your original ... The rule of thumb used to be that you shouldn't refinance unless the new interest rate is ...

www.realtor.com/advice/finance/6-simple-rules-for-refinance

Mar 23, 2015 ... There used to be a rule of thumb that said to refinance only when you could shave at least 1% off your interest rate. But with today's ultralow ...

fso.cpasitesolutions.com/Premium/LE/09_le_gl/fg/fg-Refinancing.html

A general rule of thumb is that refinancing is worth while if the current interest rate on your mortgage is at least two percentage points higher than the prevailing ...

www.abcbank.net/reasons-to-refinance-a-mortgage

Jan 5, 2016 ... A general rule of thumb is that a refinance is worth the time and money when you can reduce your rate by at least 1%. You may be thinking that ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4381666

We derive the first closed-form optimal refinancing rule: Refinance when the current ...... Most of the 15 books also provided some rules of thumb (e.g. 'wait for an ...

www.fhmtg.com/virginia-mortgage-refinance/when-to-refinance.htm

Ever heard the old rule of thumb, you should only refinance if your new interest rate is at least two points lower? That may have been true years ago, but with ...

caliberhomeloans.com/refinancing

With traditional refinancing, the most often cited rule of thumb is that the interest rate for your new mortgage must be about 2 percentage points below the rate of ...

www.hansonplanninggroup.com/WhentoRefinance

Ever hear the old rule of thumb that says you should only refinance if the new interest rate will be at least 2 points below your existing rate? Maybe that was good ...

www.mortgageloan.com/2-percent-refinance-rule

Jun 14, 2006 ... (Updated February 2015). The 2 percent rule is an old rule-of-thumb for deciding whether or not to refinance your mortgage. It's based on the ...