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Saving Electricity: Energy-Saving Tips For The Holiday Season

December 7, 2012

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The holiday season can be full of excesses. Don’t let your energy bill be one of them.

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Adjustable Rate Mortgages Adjusting To 3.000 Percent Right Now

February 8, 2011

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If your ARM is due to adjust this spring, your best move may be to let it. Don’t rush to refinance — your rate may be adjusting lower.

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Comparing Mortgage Rates For Adjustable- And Fixed-Rate Mortgages

January 12, 2011

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Currently, relative to fixed rate mortgages, ARM pricing is excellent. Freddie Mac’s weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey puts the 5-year ARM mortgage rate lower than the 30-year fixed rate mortgage rate by 1.02 percent.

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Your ARM Is Adjusting Lower. Is There A Downside To Letting It?

September 10, 2010

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Adjusting conforming mortgages are adjusting to as low as 3 percent. If you have one, should you let your rate fall? Or refinance out?

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Should You Refinance Your ARM, Or Let It Adjust Lower?

July 13, 2010

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If your adjustable rate mortgage is due to adjust this year, don’t go rushing to replace it just yet. Your soon-to-adjust mortgage rate may actually go lower this year.

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Don’t Rush To Refinance That ARM — It May Be Adjusting To 3 Percent Or Lower

March 10, 2010

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If your mortgage is set to adjust this year, the smart move may be to let it. Today’s conforming mortgages are adjusting lower than ever before — as low as 3 percent. It may not be what you expected when you signed for your ARM several years ago.

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