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Rate State, provider of home refinance loans, recently released an article explaining last weeks falling rates. The article is a valuable source of information for any modern homeowner.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Inspired by a report from CNN Money, Rate State has taken the initiative to inform homeowners of recent improvements to the home refinancing industry. The consumer has greatly benefited from the steady decline of mortgage rates, leading many professionals to believe that the months ahead will lend ideal refinancing opportunities. Rate State describes these changes in a clear, reader-friendly article.
The blog post begins with the raw numbers, stating that ...mortgage rates have sunk each week in 2014. 30-year, fixed-rate home loans are experiencing 4.23% interest rates, that, in comparison to 4.53% at the beginning of the year, are allowing for more home refinancing options. In fact, applications for refinances are up 3% from last week.
In the remainder of the article, Rate State explains these numbers is a concise, informative manner. Homeowners are given detailed descriptions of the cost difference between 4.23% and 4.53%, as well as additional resources to read and appreciate. As rates continue to fluctuate in favor of the homeowner, Rate State remains dedicated to presenting the most affordable, informed, and efficient refinancing options.
About Rate State:
Rate State helps consumers compare todays mortgage rates through their online comparison tool.. They provide consumers with access to the information they need in order to make a decision potentially saving thousands of dollars over the term of their next home loan. To learn more or compare mortgage rates now, visit http://www.ratestate.com/
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