Refinancing your mortgage this holiday season?

Published on November 2nd, 2016

Fall decorations are in full swing, but now stores are starting to put out all of the bells and whistles for the holiday season. It’s also getting close to the time where many homeowners create their own outdoor house lighting masterpieces. Have the thoughts of refinancing your mortgage before the holiday season cross your mind? Refinancing your mortgage is a great way to adjust your cash flow to keep some extra money for the holidays. Check out the refinancing options we have at vLoan. Our mortgage advisors can walk you through the refinance process so you don’t have to stress during the holidays!

Fresh Financial Start to the New Year

Enter the New Year and explore your refinancing options that best fit your needs. There is nothing more refreshing than a clean financial state during the first couple months of the New Year.  Refinancing your mortgage could result in lower monthly mortgage payments and that can help you save money throughout the year. Refinancing your mortgage could also shorten the term of the mortgage so you pay it off quicker.

The Savings from Refinancing can go towards any needed purchase

If you need a little bit of extra cash during the holiday season, consider the cash-out refinancing option that vLoan has to offer. Trade in your equity that you have been building up on your home and use that cash for any purchases.

Does all of this make you want to get a head start on the refinancing process before the holiday season? Fantastic! Start the process early with our free online rate quote. Like what you see? Contact one of our mortgage advisors today to get the process started. Our mortgage advisors want to help you get your holiday season started the right way.

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