The math is simple. When you can take advantage of lower rates, or when you’re planning on staying in your current home for 3-5 years, a refinance might be a smart move. Squeeze Mortgage ClearRate™ can help you find the right loan and save money every month, every payment.
A mortgage refinance can help you lower your monthly mortgage payment saving you money every month.
Refinancing and getting cash out is a great way to finance a major home improvement project or consolidate your debts.
Am I eligible to refinance?
In just a few minutes, you can confirm your eligibility, see the loan amounts you qualify for, and even get a complete breakdown of your closing costs. With Squeeze on your side, you can refinance in as little as 14 days. Let’s get started.
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How it works
Get prequalified in a breezy two minutes. With a prequalification letter in hand, your offers are 50% more likely to get accepted - allowing you to shop like a boss.
See how much home you can afford. Squeeze Mortgage’s ClearRate™ delivers an easy-to-understand breakdown of your closing costs and monthly payments.
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When you secure a mortgage to refinance your home, it comes with “closing costs” – payments to third parties to help facilitate the purchase. It doesn’t matter if you’re a first-time homeowner or an aspiring real estate magnate, we all pay them. The question is “how much?”Closing costs typically average between 2%–6% of the loan amount. So if you are refinancing a $300,000 mortgage, costs can range anywhere between $6,000 and $18,000. Yes, that’s a huge range! With Squeeze mortgage’s 100% transparency guarantee, you know exactly what you are paying.
“Excellent experience refinancing with Squeeze. Team is extremely professional, organized and prompt in responding to inquiries. Transaction process including approval was smooth and transparent. Kudos to Shirley who is very talented and knows well the business. Thank you for making the process flow so smoothly.”
“I had a great experience with Squeeze Mortgage.The communication was open, direct, precise and responsive during the whole process. The team is very amicable, and in approx 20 days I concluded the refinancing of my home saving some $$ at the end of every month.”
“I was referred through a friend and from the moment I called Shirley she helped me from the moment I contacted her. The process was done in less than a month. The most responsive professional and quick mortgage company I have ever worked with. Highly recommend Shirley and her team.”
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A home refinance replaces your current mortgage with a new one. You may consider doing a refinance if you want to:
Lower your monthly mortgage payment
Pay off your mortgage faster
Tap your home equity to get cash out
Switch from an adjustable-rate mortgage to a fixed-rate
What is a cash-out refinance?
A cash-out refinance option replaces your current mortgage with a new one for an amount higher than what you owe. The difference is given to you in cash, which you can use to pay for home improvement projects, consolidate debt or pay off loans.
If your home value has increased since you purchased it, you can take advantage of the equity with a cash-out refinance. Your home’s current value will determine how much cash you can borrow with a cash-out refinance.
How much cash can I get?
The amount you can get from a cash-out refinance depends on the amount of equity you have in your home. The amount of equity you have in your home depends on your home’s current value.
Typically, lenders typically allow homeowners to borrow up to 80% of the home’s value. Of course, that number can vary depending on your credit score and other factors. It’s a good idea to determine the amount of cash you’d like to get first.