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SOURCE: Rate State
Home owners are using the resource created by Rate State at http://www.ratestate.com/ to refinance their homes and save thousands.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) March 17, 2013
The real estate market, especially for homes, has been a rollercoaster ride these past few years. Thousands of people have lost their homes; government controlled interest rates have plummeted in an effort to keep the housing market afloat. Many people have been looking for ways to offset their financial obligations and move forward in this new, volatile market.
With this in mind, Rate State has created a tool to help home owners lower their interest rates by comparing their refinance opportunities. This is an easy way to help home owners make the right decisions that help them plan for the future, not satisfy the desires of the mortgage companies.
Everything that is needed to see offers from refinance providers that have refinance options available online is a zip code; no more waiting in imposing and intimidating bank lobbies to cold, unsympathetic mortgage refinancers. This saves people time, and allows them to compare more than just one option at a once- a real boon for those looking for the best mortgage refinance terms they can find.
The current condition of real estate has shown to be a great opportunity for home owners to take a close look into their home’s financial position. Home buying has been climbing; combined with changes in assistance programs covered by government assurances, refinancing has never before made more sense.
About Rate State:
Rate State is helping home owners make the right financing decisions by comparing mortgage terms from multiple providers. This allows homeowners- or first time buyers- to make the financing decisions that make sense for them.
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