Refinancing is often used to lower your interest rate. If rates have dropped since you last financed your home, you may want to consider refinancing. Other common reasons to refinance include paying off a balloon payment or converting an adjustable rate loan to a fixed rate loan. Another way to convert equity in your home to cash is a cash out refinance loan. A few reasons for cashing out include: home improvement, an education fund, and consolidating debt.
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This is not an offer for extension of credit or a commitment to lend. Not all programs are available in all areas. Not all branches are licensed in every state, please contact your local office to determine eligibility. Program restrictions apply. William Lyon Mortgage, LLC is a Delaware Limited Liability Company headquartered at 4 Hutton Centre Drive, Suite 760, Santa Ana, CA 92707. Company NMLS #1189778 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). Licensed by the following states: Arizona Mortgage Banker #0928369; Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act RMLA #41DBO-46049 and the California Financing Law License #60DBO-41418; Colorado Division of Real Estate under Mortgage Company Registration; Washington Consumer Loan License #CL1189778; Nevada Department of Business and Industry as Mortgage Broker License #4166. For State of Nevada residents William Lyon Mortgage, LLC is a mortgage lender broker promoting the loan products or services contained in this article; the business phone number that William Lyon Mortgage maintains on file with the State of Nevada Department of Business and Industry is (949) 476-5491. William Lyon Mortgage, LLC is an authorized FHA and VA lender, and offers many loan products. Contact a William Lyon Mortgage Representative to learn more. This information is accurate as of June 27th, 2018.
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