mortgage rates refinance

Mortgage Rates Refinance


* Please, do not use any thousands separator and use a dot as decimal separator. Ex: 10,000.65 => 10000.65

Current Loan Information
Loan Amount *
Loan Term
Loan Payment Frequency
Interest Rate (APR) % *
Refinance Loan Information
Current Loan Term Remaining months
New Interest Rate % *

How to use this calculator:

1) Enter the initial amount of your current loan.
2) Select the currency you want the results to be shown.
3) Select the loan term in the dropdown menu.
4) Select the loan payments frequency in the dropdown menu.
5) Enter the Interest Rate of your current loan (APR).
6) Enter the Time Remaining to refund your current loan.
7) Enter the New Interest Rate of your refinancing loan (APR).


If you want to know how much money you can save refinancing your mortgage with a lower interest rate (APR) you should use this calculator. What you need to do is just filling in the form with data about the current mortgage and those of new mortgage plan.
The data needed to make the calculation are the follows:

  • Funded Capital: of the loan to finance net of any expenses or routine ininziale
  • Duration of loan: period of time in which you want to pay off the mortgage. In most common cases, this period ranges from 5 to 30 years
  • Frequency installment: period between a payment and the next
  • Interest Rate: annual interest applied to the financing, also called TAN (annual rate), awarded to the lender until the end of the year and therefore independent the frequency of payment of installments
  • Period remaining: period left to estinguish the debit
  • New interest rate (APR): new interest rate per year

The calculator will show you, in a few seconds, a table with results relative to both the current and the new mortgage. You can also see the differences between them within the table shown and decide if you would better continue with the last mortgage plan or change to the new one.
Out of curiosity: you can decide to refinance your mortgage for various reasons: - you find a better interest rate; - you need to consolidate other debts into one; - you want to reduce the monthly repayment amount; - you want to reduce risk; - you need free cash. If you are in financial troubles better trying to reduce the repayment obligations, even if your mortgage will last longer. In fact, refinancing your mortgage can't help you to shorten your loan periods.
You can use the new cash for home improvement, or other debt consolidation. Whenever you qualify with your current home equity, they can refinance you with a bigger loan.
Of course, if you already have first and second mortgage, you can consolidate them as part of the refinance process.
Be very aware when you decide to refinance your mortgage, as often you are not saving money, but just delaying the full repayment of it.
We strongly recommend you to ask for advice if you need to refinance your mortgage and we remind you that our information does not replace in any way any type of professional advice.


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