Refinance

REFINANCE YOUR MORTGAGE

Whether your fixed rate is up for review or you just want to restructure to take advantage of lower interest rates - we are here to help!

What does it mean to refinance your mortgage?

Refinancing your mortgage is simply replacing your existing loan with a new one. There are many reasons why people may choose to do this such as chasing a lower interest rate, changing the terms of your loan, or to free up some of your existing equity for a large purchase.

When making such a big decision, such as refinancing your mortgage, ensure that you are seeking professional advice so that you know what all of your options are first - our friendly Advisors at Stephanie Murray Mortgages are here to help!

 

Why refinance?

Home renovations

Home renovations

Obtain a lower interest rate

Obtain a lower interest rate

Change bank

Change bank

Free up existing equity

Free up existing equity

How a mortgage advisor can help

 

  • We have the experience behind us to ensure you are getting the right information - that is also realistic
  • We will compare rates across multiple banks to ensure you get the best deal - tailored to your specific needs
  • We do all of the groundwork for you, completely FREE of charge - so you can just sit back and relax 

"Jodie was incredibly helpful throughout the entire process from start to finish. As total newbies to the home-buying experience, we really appreciated her patience with our hundreds of questions, and her willingness to explain things in a way that was easy to understand, communicating clearly without all the jargon. ???? Jodie went above and beyond to answer every call and question, every step of the way, and it was a huge help to have someone who could talk to us outside of normal office hours. We are 100% happy with our first home and also with our new bank. We are very grateful to have had her help when buying our first home and would HIGHLY recommend her to anyone looking to buy! ????"

Contact us today to discuss your refinance options

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