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When is it a good time to refinance your mortgage? If your existing mortgage rate is higher than the current rate for your credit score and mortgage type, you need to explore it. Would you like to lower your mortgage payment to make your house more affordable? Are you considering updates to a kitchen or a bathroom, and want to get some extra cash to afford them?

Before you stop off at the local bank to discuss home refinancing you should consider comparing refinance options online. Just visiting your local bank won't give you your best rate, which means you'll pay more. Refinancing your home through an online mortgage refinance company lets you quickly find the best rate given your credit worthiness, loan size and type.

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The Easy Loan Site is a no frills mortgage refinance site that focuses on connecting consumers with mortgage lenders based on each consumers situation. The Easy Loan Site has an A rating from the Better Business Bureau and is Norton secure certified, so we had a feeling of reliability from the start.

The website as we said is no frills, to a fault. There are no investment research tools, market analysis or any of the other helpful features we found on some other mortgage refinance sites. The main page simply states the company name, advertises the lowest rate available today, and tempts clients to “lock in now.” There is a simple drop down menu box from which you select the type of loan you are looking for (new mortgage, refinance, or equity loan) and then continues to take you through a long list of questions designed to determine which lenders could provide the best deal based on the requirements of the client.

Inquiry Process:

  • Complete online application with type of loan, amount, credit rating estimate, location, and description of the property
  • See a list of 3-5 potential lenders and their rates, with contact information
  • Receive calls from potential lenders 24+ hours later

The process for filling out the online form is made very simple with the use of this drop down window. In less than a minute we were able to navigate through the various questions and get to a screen that showed us three competing lenders with rates that looked fairly competitive. We were also given notice at that point that we would be contacted by lenders within 24 hours.

Everything worked as it should, but the experience left us a little unimpressed because the site offered so little other than a basic loan search engine. With no research tools or any other information, The Easy Loan Site may be a fine place to look for a mortgage lender but a basic search engine is about all they offer.

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The best refinance companies allow several banks to compete for your loan, in order to provide you the lowest mortgage payment. They save you the hassle of calling several banks and lending institutions, and completing multiple refinance applications.

But not all online mortgage refinance brokers are the same. Before you start your search you should consider the following:

  • Number of Lenders.  How many banks and lenders does the company work with to find you the best rate? The larger the number, the more likely you'll receive the best rate.
  • Application process.  What is the process of gathering the information needed to begin the mortgage search?
  • Timeliness.  Are you going to have to wait for a call to discuss all of the necessary details, or will the online application expedite the process and provide you the details you're looking for?

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