Refinancing your home loan can help you save loads of cash or help you to achieve other financial goals. It's good practice to have a mortgage broker review your mortgage every couple of years to make sure you're getting the best deal. Below are the key benefits of refinancing.
One of the benefits of refinancing is having the chance to access equity you’ve collected in your home loan. This can then be used for things like renovations, investing, purchasing a new car, taking a holiday, or any other pursuit you may be able to think of.
Get a better rate
Another benefit of refinancing your home loan is to get a better interest rate to lower your repayments. If you qualify for a lower rate this could potentially save you a lot of money. This is one of the biggest benefits of refinancing.
Shorten the length of your mortgage
Refinancing can also help shorten the length of your mortgage by making larger repayments. This will lower the amount of money you spend on interest in the long run. This allows you to pay off the loan faster and gets you out of debt quicker.
Pay less in fees
Refinancing your home loan can also help lower the amount of money you spend on fees. Your current home loan may have built in fees for additional features like offset accounts or redraw accounts. If you refinance you might be able to drop these features or eliminate the fees for them.
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Disclaimer: The Information is general in nature and does not take into account your particular investment objectives or financial situation. It does not constitute, and should not be relied on as, financial or investment advice or recommendations (expressed or implied) and is not an invitation to take up securities or other financial products or services. No decision should be made on the basis of the information without first seeking expert financial advice. Your full financial needs and requirements would need to be assessed prior to any offer or acceptance of a loan product. Subject to lenders terms and conditions, fees and charges and eligibility criteria apply.