The thought of re-setting the time clock back to ZERO . . . is not very appealing. However, if I can re-fi with a 15 year and still pay pretty much what I am paying on mortgage number 1, then that would be a good deal. But, I don't know if I can do that and I guess the only way to find out is to get off my butt and go start talking to some credit unions.My suggestion would be to get your expenses down below your income before you start considering a refinance. There's usually a fee for the refi, and the additional amount may be too much for you right now.The phrase I tend to use is Increase your income and lower your outgo.Nancy
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