07-25-2007 06:38 AM
07-25-2007 02:24 PM - last edited on 07-25-2007 02:32 PM by Raine
07-25-2007 02:27 PM - last edited on 07-25-2007 02:33 PM by Raine
I hope you are going to start a thread telling us how much income you are making from trolling for business in this forum
lotusraee wrote:Honestly if the rate on your 1st in not in the low 6's then I would refinance and combine the mortgage together and just have 1 payment. That would be best and save you the most money. What state are you in? Call me at [removed] and I am sure I can help.
07-25-2007 02:37 PM
07-25-2007 04:20 PM
bigmoney wrote:I took out a $25,000 home equity loan three years ago at a 12.5% interest rate. My payment each month comes out to $308.13. I still owe a good amount on the loan. With my first mortgage and the home equity loan combined, I'm paying a pretty good chunck of money on my house. Would it be better for me to get another home equity loan at a better interest rate and pay off the first home equity loan. I saw where I could get a better interest rate from the bank in which I got my first mortgage from.This may be a dumb question, but I trying to learn more about finances.Thanks
07-25-2007 04:22 PM
lotusraee wrote:Honestly if the rate on your 1st in not in the low 6's then I would refinance and combine the mortgage together and just have 1 payment. That would be best and save you the most money. What state are you in? Call me at [phone number removed] and I am sure I can help.
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Message Edited by Raine on 07-25-2007 02:32 PM
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