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Subject: Re: Home refinance question Date: 8/29/2002 12:46 PM
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Re: home refinance question


My suggestion is to try one of the online places (like TheLendingTree.com or similar). You can fill out an online form, and they will send the info. out to different lenders. Specify in the application that you want a refi. There is no obligation to accept any of the offers you will then receive via email, or on the Web. I hope this doesn't sound like a commercial. I have no affiliation to this online site, or any other, but have recently used it, and am waiting to see if it pans out.

Do a search on The Fool for financial calcuators, and you'll find one called "Should I refinance?" You can punch in the numbers from your current mortgage, then from the offer, and see how much $$ you'll save over time. No harm in trying, right?

Good luck!

Sjec (Sheryl
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