What are good strategies for rate mortgage before closing?

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I will end around August 1, and I wonder if there are strategies to reduce capital and / or interest since the beginning of the loan. Thank you!
I have 3 separate loans totaling $ 30,000. I am expected to pay in June, but I want to push the recovery in June 2009, so I can ask a mortgage broker pre-authorized by bekommen.Was are my options for extending the deadline? She said it requires the written form, it can handle the mortgage application.

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    April 29, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    my mother fefinanced her home and saved a lot of money. make sure u make a good down payment. Also if u have extra cash pay extra amounts to the principal balance

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    April 29, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    Quite frankly, the best way to really reduce principal and/or interest on a loan is to pay in full and in cash that which you are tempted to finance.

    Having consumer debt is a leading cause of financial slavery.

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    Debbie S
    April 29, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    You can save on the Mortgage Insurance Protection by breaking the loan into two amounts so that it falls under the radar of the MIP.

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    April 29, 2011 at 10:08 pm

    As a mortgage lender who has been in business for more than 20 years, I can tell you that one of the best strategies is to make extra payments towards the principal balance. You can do this in several ways: when you mail in your monthly payment, include a check for an additional amount (if you just round up to the nearest $ 100 you should be fine). You want to use a separate check and notate “apply to principal” in the memo section because if you don’t the lender may not know what you want them to do with it and put it in your reserve account (tax and insurance reserve) instead. Then, when you get your tax refund each year, pay yourself first by making an extra principal and interest payment using the same system. Just one extra principal and interest payment a year will reduce the term on a 30 yer loan to less than 24 years so with extra principal payments monthly as well, you should be able to cut the term almost in half and save yourself almost 15 years worth of interest.

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    April 29, 2011 at 10:27 pm

    Reduce your principal by prepaying whatever you can on a regular basis. But before you do that, make sure the note you signed specified that there will not be a prepayment penalty if you pay the loan off before the final maturity date.

    My hubby and I bought our house about 6 years ago. We have been prepaying for a couple of years now. By the end of this year, we should be all finished with our mortgage. By then, all the money we make goes into our pocket for leisure, investment, kids… etc.

    Good luck.

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    Campbell's mommy
    April 29, 2011 at 10:49 pm

    Contact your lender and see if you can get a deferment. There are several types of deferments available, most of them are income based. There are also Lender Deferments when they approved you based on circumstances rather than income. They do take a while sometimes, so contact them soon.

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