- Payoff Your Home Faster
Payoff Your Home Faster
Pay thousands less in interest and use that money for the things that matter
Pay Off Your Home Sooner:
Paying off your mortgage faster is easier than you think.
- Take advantage of today’s low mortgage rates and shorten the term of your mortgage.
- See if you can save money with a different term or a lower interest rate with our Refinance Calculator.
- Refinance from a 30 year to a shorter–term mortgage like our 20 or 15 –year fixed mortgages which usually have lower mortgage rates than a longer –term loan.
Let VA Mortgage Corp evaluate your financial situation and see if refinancing is right for you. We can help you weigh out all your options before deciding. With more than 20 years of experience‚ we’ve designed a mortgage process that will work for you.
Today’s Mortgage Rates
Want to find out if refinancing is right for you? A good way to start is by looking at the current mortgage rates. Rates can change daily based on the market‚ so if you like what you see‚ make sure to talk to one of our mortgage experts to get a personalized rate and lock it in as soon as possible.
Try Our Refinance Calculator
Want to see if refinancing makes sense for you? Try out our refinance calculator.
You can adjust the rate and type of loan‚ as well as add taxes and insurance to find out if refinancing your mortgage can help you meet your financial goals.
Types of Loans for a Refinance
- VA Loan – Active duty military personnel‚ veterans and their qualifying family members are eligible for benefits with a VA Loan. The VA Loan has no down payment and a low interest rate
- 30 Year Fixed loan – A standard of the mortgage world‚ a fixed–rate loan is a great option for home buyers looking for a rate that stays the same over the life of the loan
- Jumbo Loan – If you need a mortgage between $424‚100 and $3 million‚ we offer flexible rates and terms to help you get the loan that’s right for you.
- FHA Loan – The easiest way to qualify for a home loan is an FHA loan that gives you a government–insured loan with flexible qualifications‚ such as lower credit score and a 3.50% down payment
- Compare all Home Loan Options – Let the experts assist with the loan that is right for you and that meets your financial needs
What is equity? Why is it important for refinancing?
Equity is the appraised value of your home minus the amount you still owe on your current loan.
The value of equity depends on your goal for refinancing. The more equity you have‚ the more money you may be able to get from a cash–out refinance. Also‚ more equity could result in a better interest rate‚ which may help you lower your monthly payment. Having enough equity may also help you eliminate private mortgage insurance (PMI)‚ a costly monthly fee included in many mortgages with an original down payment of less than 20%.
How much does it cost to refinance?
It is possible to add the costs associated with getting a new mortgage into the total refinance amount to avoid paying anything out of pocket at closing. But remember‚ refinancing to lower your payment‚ get cash out or consolidate your debt may result in a longer loan term or a higher rate‚ and that might mean paying more in interest overall in the long run. You need to evaluate to see if it makes sense. A refinance expert can assist you with those numbers.
What documents are required to refinance?
The following is a list of documents generally required during the refinance application process:
- Proof of income: Usually‚ you’ll need to show original pay stubs for the last 30 days.
- Copy of homeowners insurance: We’ll need to verify that you have current and sufficient coverage on your home.
- Copies of your W–2 forms: Each loan applicant will need to supply W–2 forms so we can verify past employment and income history.
- Copies of asset information: This includes statements for accounts that hold money for closing costs‚ statements for savings‚ statements for checking and 401(k) accounts‚ and investment records for mutual funds or stocks.
- Copy of your current mortgage statement and mortgage note: This may be required to prove that there is a benefit for you to refinance your home.