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Refinancing may be undertaken to reduce interest costs (by refinancing at a lower rate), to extend the repayment time, to pay off other debts, to reduce one's periodic payment obligations (sometimes by taking a longer-term loan), to reduce risk (such as by refinancing from a variable-rate to a fixed-rate loan), and/or to liquidate some or all of the equity that has accumulated in real property during the tenure of ownership.

Refinancing a loan or a series of debts can assist in paying off high-interest debt such as credit card debt, with lower-interest debt such as that of a fixed-rate home mortgage. The net savings between the two interest rates can then be applied either towards further paying down the debt, or other purposes.

In addition, non-tax deductible debt, such as credit card or car loan debt, can be transformed into tax-deductible debt such as home mortgage debt, potentially lowering one's taxes or shifting one into a more advantageous tax bracket. This type of arrangement is often associated with a Cash-Out Refinance.

No-Closing Cost refinances: This refinance option reduces greatly upfront fees. You will pay few upfront fees to get your new mortgage loan. In fact as long as the prevailing market rate is lower than your existing rate by one percentage point or more, it is financially beneficial to refinance because there is little or no cost in doing so.

Cash-Out Refinance: This type refinance may not help you lower the monthly payment or shorter your mortgage periods. It can be used for home improvement, credit card and other debt consolidation if you qualify with your current home equity; you can refinance with a loan amount larger than your current mortgage and keep the cash difference.

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