linkedinyoutubegoogle-plus
HomeMobile App
(866) 353-POLI (7654)

Want the Lowest Mortgage Rates on a No Cost Refinance?

So, today you would like to find the lowest mortgage rate. Difficult? Just look at any advertisement online or in print and see if you can decipher all the available mortgage rate quotes and legal advertising mumbo jumbo.

Let’s now take it one step further. You want to find not only the lowest mortgage rate but also refinance with no costs. How do you navigate such a task?

How about taking the No Haggle Approach. 

Our Philosophy

At Poli Mortgage Group, we specialize in the No Cost Refinance Mortgage.

Why is that? Well, there are a few reasons.

  • We are firm believers that our customers are happier when they aren't asked to pay a mountain of fees, we just don't believe in it.
  • We are a Direct Lender, as a Lender, we are afforded much more flexibility than most of our competition, we pass this on to our clients.
  • We understand the math. When a customer pays closing costs he is locked into that loan for quite some time, if rates plummet, you're not in position to take advantage. In recent years, if you want a lower rate, wait a minute. Rates just keep heading down, even when everyone thinks they won't go any lower. 
  • We will monitor your loan internally and the second you can save money with another No Points and No Closing Costs mortgage, we let you know. You don't have to worry or follow complex markets. 

 

No Cost Refinance Mortgage

 

How Does a No Cost Refinance Work?

A lender will have its own fees that are associated with obtaining a mortgage loan, be it for a purchase or a refinance. These fees are ones that the lender requires but may or may not be charged directly by the lender.

For example, a lender will require an appraisal as part of the mortgage approval process. Yet the lender doesn’t actually perform the appraisal. A licensed appraiser does that. Same with a credit report; a lender requires a credit report, yet doesn’t specifically produce the credit report, the credit reporting agency does.

There are however other direct lender charges that the lender does in fact control. Most often you’ll find these fees listed as an “underwriting” charge which helps to offset the overhead the lender invests when approving the mortgage loan. A “processing” fee is a common lender-directed charge that is applied towards the costs associated with documenting and preparing the loan application for a loan approval.

Then there are third party fees which the lender has absolutely no control over. These fees might be for homeowners insurance that your insurance agent provides. Or an attorney’s fee that is applied towards reviewing loan papers or preparing a closing.

When considering how to find a low mortgage rate with little or no costs you need to identify which charges might be negotiated with your lender and which ones cannot. Obviously, third party charges such as insurance or attorney fees cannot be reduced directly by the lender. And while you may certainly contact the insurance agent and the attorney and negotiate directly, typically these charges may not be up for negotiation. 

This "no cost" approach will work for a purchase or a refinance.

So how do you find the lowest mortgage rates with no closing costs?

Simple, when shopping for your mortgage rate always be sure to ask for a rate with no closing costs. It’s often that you’ll find a mortgage company that doesn’t offer this option nor truly understands the potential benefit a no closing cost loan offers. You'll find that a lender that is the most competitive with their rates at “par” is likely the lowest when searching for a “true no cost loan”.

It is often the case that a slightly lower mortgage rate with its associated closing costs is not low enough to offset the costs required to obtain the mortgage, so explore the no closing cost option. The decision is made in the math and is not something that you need to be “persuaded” to take, so run the numbers.

You might very well be glad you did!

 

Affiliates

Powered By L.O.N.