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Mortgage Renewal Time

November 12th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

The simple fact of renewals is this: nearly 60% of people sign back renewal letters without even taking the time to see what else is available. As a result, there is little or no incentive for the financial institution to give their best offer. What makes things even more interesting is the fact that renewal letters usually only arrive about two to three weeks before the mortgage is actually up for renewal. This two to three weeks gives you very little time to arrange financing with another lender, or to take advantage of the lower rates that may have occurred in the three to four months before your renewal date.


Consumers should be pre-approving their renewals 90-120 days prior to their actual renewal date. This immediately gives you the benefit of the lowest rate on the market for the longest period possible before your renewal date. What makes this better is the fact that this is completely free and without obligation.


A mortgage is too big a financial decision to not take seriously.  It makes sense to place your mortgage with the institution that gives you the best rates and service.

Using the services of a mortgage broker who shop’s the market to obtain the best rate and terms makes a lot of sense!


For more information about obtaining a mortgage renewal please call Charmaine at Verico Designer Mortgages Inc. Toll Free: 1.866.824.8057

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