I would really like to thank you Jesse for your help and guidance during my remortgage with you. Your professional advice and 7 day 24hr service is un touchable in this day and age. I was always scared to death thinking about a remortgage based on how most banks work and how they prolong the process, usually to the point that you are discouraged by the time it is completed, but with you Jesse, it was a walk in the park and very quickly completed and I will certainly reference any one I hear of that is thinking of a remortgage renewal. Most of all I want to thank you for all the cash that you freed up for me, with your great interest rate and terms you were able to save me more than $800.00 per month. Thanks again!! Your help was much appreciated.
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When you’ve got “rate envy”, does it make sense to refinance?

Who would have believed that mortgage rates would have such a continued downward trend? Mortgage shoppers are looking at some of the lowest rates in history, and many homeowners with existing fixed-term mortgages are experiencing some “rate envy” about today’s rock bottom rates.
It might be worth a conversation about your options. Typically, we think of a fixed term mortgage as a non-negotiable contract. And it’s true that there are financial penalties to re-negotiate. But, many clients have been asking for a mortgage analysis – a detailed look at the penalties versus the payoffs – to determine whether it’s worth refinancing.
What does it cost to get out of your existing mortgage? Generally, you can expect to pay the greater of either a) three months’ interest, or b) the interest-rate differential. The interest rate differential can be high in some cases; your mortgage lender will expect you to pay them the equivalent of what they will lose by releasing you from your mortgage and lending the money at current rates.
So is it worth it? For some homeowners it can be an important moment of opportunity, while for others, it may not be worth the costs involved. Most lenders will include the cost of the payout penalty and other costs into the new mortgage so you don’t have to be out of pocket to complete the transaction.

I would be happy to help you make a realistic assessment of your situation and help you determine if your benefit outweighs the cost. With rates where they are today, there’s never been a better time to talk.


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