Refinance Your Home With Confidence
Deciding if a mortgage refinance is the right choice for you? Refinancing your mortgage may provide multiple benefits including lowering your interest rate, reducing the term of your loan, building equity and more.
- Lowering your rate by as little as 0.50% may save you thousands in compound interest
- Lowering your loan term by 10 years may build your equity in the first 60 payments
- Cash-out refinance options provide flexibility to consolidate or pay off debt, home improvements or assist with other financial needs
Call (855) 919-4467 to learn more about mortgage refinancing.
Call now! Our Team of Mortgage Specialists is Ready to Help You
Arvest is here to make your refinancing process easy, convenient and personal. We know how important it is to work with a team you can trust – a team that understands your individual needs. Whatever your refinancing goals may be, Arvest provides the confidence you’ll need to reach them.
So give us a call. We're here to help. Our team is available to talk in real time Monday–Friday from 8:00am to 7:00pm CST. We're ready to provide knowledgeable and convenient customer service for all of your mortgage needs, no matter where you are in the process.
Reasons Arvest is the Right Choice for You
Our home loan specialists will help find a solution for your needs.
We have more than 50 years of home-lending experience with a dedicated internal lending team. Our home loan specialists will help you lock your rate up to 60 days prior to closing on your refinance.
Start today by calling our mortgage professionals at (855) 919-4467 to find your solution.
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Before refinancing your home loan, consider your goal in refinancing, estimated value of your home, current mortgage payments, amount of property taxes paid and other factors, such as a second mortgage, annual insurance premiums, etc.
Financing is available for qualified customers based on income and credit qualifications. Using home equity to pay off non-mortgage debt could increase monthly mortgage payments while lowering the amount of each payment that goes toward principal. The total you pay per month toward debt could decrease, though a higher debt balance would now be tied to your home, potentially for a longer term. For your specific scenario, contact a mortgage specialist.