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Refinance to a better mortgage

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No Lender Fees, No Points, No Bull

Save when you refinance your existing mortgage to Members 1st by paying no lender fees and no points.
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Lender Fees

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Points

Mortgage Loan Rates

APR* as low as

10-Year Mortgage

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2.99%

Fixed

15-Year Mortgage

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3.24%

Fixed

20-Year Mortgage

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3.39%

Fixed

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1. If a full appraisal is required by the credit union, the borrower will be responsible for this fee. The no cost program is only available one time per member and not available when refinancing an existing credit union loan.

This is a fixed rate available to qualified borrowers on a 10-, 15-, or 20-year term. Maximum 80% Loan-to-Value required. Minimum financing of $50,000. Mortgage loan proceeds may not be used to refinance existing Members 1st Credit Union loans. No early payoff penalties. The property must be a single family residence that is owner occupied (no rentals or investment properties). The Credit Union will not lend on mobile homes, manufactured homes, condos, or duplexes.

A 10 year (120 month) 1st Mortgage of $100,000 at 2.99% APR, would require 119 monthly payments at $965.29 with one final payment of $964.98

A 15 year (180 month) 1st Mortgage of $100,000 at 3.240% APR, would require 179 monthly payments at $702.33 with one final payment of $701.42

A 20 year (240 month) 1st Mortgage of $100,000 at 3.39% APR, would require 239 monthly payments at $574.48 with one final payment of $571.61

Apply now or speak with one of our loan officers at (800) 303-3838.
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