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Jumbo Rate & Term Refinance

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The Lowdown on
Jumbo Rate & Term…

A Jumbo Rate & Term Refinance is any refinance loan that exceeds the guidelines set by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.

For a Jumbo refinance the lender requires an appraisal and documentation regarding the borrower’s income and assets. This program is different than the FHA and VA streamline refinance programs, where neither an appraisal nor income documentation is required.

The Lowdown on
Jumbo Rate & Term

A Jumbo Rate & Term Refinance is any refinance loan that exceeds the guidelines set by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.

For a Jumbo refinance the lender requires an appraisal and documentation regarding the borrower’s income and assets. This program is different than the FHA and VA streamline refinance programs, where neither an appraisal nor income documentation is required.

Our Jumbo Rate & Term Rates Are Low & Our Process is Quick

“Rate and Term” simply describes the purpose of the refinance: to lower the interest rate or change the length of the loan term. Rate and Term refinances do not allow the borrower to take cash out.

Borrowers typically use this program when interest rates have fallen below the rate on their current mortgage. The lower rate reduces the borrower’s monthly payment and saves on interest over the life of the loan.

Shortening the loan term may increase monthly payments, but the loan would be paid off earlier. For example, if you’ve been paying on your 30 year loan for 3 years, you have 27 years left. By refinancing into a new 15 year loan, you shorten the time you will be making monthly payments by 12 years.

This type of refinance can also be used to change an adjustable rate mortgage to a fixed rate, ensuring that monthly payments will not rise in the future.

Our Jumbo Rate
& Term Rates Are
Low & Our
Process is Quick

“Rate and Term” simply describes the purpose of the refinance: to lower the interest rate or change the length of the loan term. Rate and Term refinances do not allow the borrower to take cash out.

Borrowers typically use this program when interest rates have fallen below the rate on their current mortgage. The lower rate reduces the borrower’s monthly payment and saves on interest over the life of the loan.

Shortening the loan term may increase monthly payments, but the loan would be paid off earlier. For example, if you’ve been paying on your 30 year loan for 3 years, you have 27 years left. By refinancing into a new 15 year loan, you shorten the time you will be making monthly payments by 12 years.

This type of refinance can also be used to change an adjustable rate mortgage to a fixed rate, ensuring that monthly payments will not rise in the future.

What is required for a Jumbo Rate & Term?

Income: Income for a Jumbo refinance is verified by providing two of your most recent paycheck stubs covering 30 days, two years’ of recent W2 forms, and a two year employment history. Two years’ tax returns may be required for self-employed borrowers.

If you are required to pay any amount of money to close the loan, you will need to supply 60 days’ worth of checking, savings, or money market account statements. These are known as “liquid assets.”

Appraisal and Credit: Jumbo refinance loans will require that a new appraisal be completed to determine current market value. The new value is used to establish a maximum loan amount available to the borrower. Appraisals typically cost between $350 and $550, although the cost can be much higher on high-end homes.

What’s required for a
Jumbo Rate & Term?

Income: Income for a Jumbo refinance is verified by providing two of your most recent paycheck stubs covering 30 days, two years’ of recent W2 forms, and a two year employment history. Two years’ tax returns may be required for self-employed borrowers.

If you are required to pay any amount of money to close the loan, you will need to supply 60 days’ worth of checking, savings, or money market account statements. These are known as “liquid assets.”

Appraisal and Credit: Jumbo refinance loans will require that a new appraisal be completed to determine current market value. The new value is used to establish a maximum loan amount available to the borrower. Appraisals typically cost between $350 and $550, although the cost can be much higher on high-end homes.

The Jumbo Rate & Term Process

Here’s how our home loan process works:

  • Complete our simple Jumbo Rate & Term Qualifier
  • Receive options based on your unique criteria and scenario
  • Compare mortgage interest rates and terms
  • Choose the mortgage loan offer that best fits your needs

If purchasing a home, you can now start shopping with confidence with an Elite Realtor to find your perfect home.

The Jumbo Rate
& Term Process

Here’s how our home loan process works:

  • Complete our simple Jumbo Rate & Term Qualifier
  • Receive options based on your unique criteria and scenario
  • Compare mortgage interest rates and terms
  • Choose the mortgage loan offer that best fits your needs

If purchasing a home, you can now start shopping with confidence with an Elite Realtor to find your perfect home.

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Get Your FREE
Loan Quote Now!

Whether you’re buying a new home, refinancing, looking for a cash-out, or just have questions about the process, our Elite Team of Mortgage Professionals will help you find the right mortgage solution!

Whether you’re buying a new home, refinancing, looking for a cash-out, or just have questions about the process, our Elite Team of Mortgage Professionals will help you find the right mortgage solution!

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