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Pennymac is not currently licensed to offer purchase or refinance loans in the state of New York. If you'd like to learn more about all of your loan options, call us at (866) 549-3583.
Refinancing your existing loan may result in your total finance charges being higher over the life of your loan.
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Refinancing may increase the length of your loan and the total amount of interest you pay over the life of your loan.
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Monthly payment does not include amounts for taxes, property insurance and mortgage insurance (where applicable). The actual payment obligation will be greater.
*The annual percentage rate ("APR") calculations on first-lien mortgage loan products in the tables are based on typical prepaid finance charges-actual charges may vary based on the terms of the loan and geographical area.
For ARMS, the APR, interest rate, and monthly payments may increase after the introductory interest rate period.
For VA Loans, VA funding fee required and will vary. Maximum loan guaranty amount varies per county. Contact the VA for the maximum loan guaranty amount for your county and for more information on the funding fee.
Discount points are charges paid to the lender voluntarily, usually at closing by the borrower or seller, to reduce the interest rate. One point is equal to 1% of the principal amount of the mortgage.