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If you’re new to homeownership, you’ll definitely want to avoid these easy-to-prevent mistakes that could cost you big time.
We know so well the thrill of owning your own house — but don’t let the excitement cause you to overlook the basics. We’ve gathered up a half dozen classic boo-boos new homeowners often commit — and give you some insight on why each is critically important to avoid.
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Should You Refinance? Make Sure the Timing is Right
Deciding whether or not you should refinance depends on your personal financial situation. If interest rates are lower today than they were when you first took out your mortgage, refinancing makes sense. Or, if you bought your home with an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) and are now afraid that any movement in interest rates may cause your mortgage cost to go up, you should consider a refinance.
The first step is to understand the arguments in favor of buying and renting. To calculate whether buying or renting makes more sense financially, you need to have a sense of your monthly costs in each case, including rent, mortgage payments, taxes, insurance and other related expenses that may apply to each option—as well as whether you would be more likely to spend or invest any savings from renting.