3 Thoughts on I have a conv. loan & a 2nd mortgage should I go for a Va and combine both mortgages?
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    G
    July 26, 2012 at 12:06 am

    it depends what your payments are right now and what they will be with a new loan. also you have to take into account if you have a prepayment penalty and if it will be beneficial for you to refinance. also you might want to check out FHA loans. they seem to be the best right now.

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    DallasLoanGuy
    July 26, 2012 at 12:19 am

    If you plan on staying in the house long enough….. it will pay for itself.
    Meaning: The fees incurred to do the refi will pay for themselves with lower pmts.

    VA is a great loan.

    Remember, there ARE fees. But a god loan officer can show you what you are saving, what it is costing you, and when it will breakeven(pay for itself)

    Good Luck

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    CreditAlignment.com
    July 26, 2012 at 12:55 am

    VA is great for the first time you use it.
    If you’re not disabled…they will charge you the funding fee.
    First time around is 2.2%…and the second time is around 3%. This funding fee is one of the fees associated with the loan. It’s a great loan if you plan to use it the first time to avoid PMI, but savings comes through years of living in the home.

    FHA is 1.5% funding fee…cashout up to 95%.
    MyCommunity does rate/term refi only, and they have no funding fees, but a small monthly payment of PMI.

    You have many options…find a broker who can do all government loans

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