Low Interest Rates Are Not The Only Places To Save Today

Published on September 14, 2011 by

Mortgage interest rates continue to go lower and lower and we hear about it all the time. Many are unable to refinance due to lack of equity and property values in their homes or their credit scores have taken a dip due to the poor economy. Unless you have a VA Home Loan that is, with a VA Loan you don't need any equity or minimum credit score so if you have a VA Home Loan then you should contact the Best VA Loan Specialist's in the country and find out how much money you could save today. Call toll free for a no obligation loan comparison (866) 825-6261.

In addition to the low mortgage interest rates there are other places to look for savings in such a difficult economy with the rates low in every category in addition to mortgages. NBC's The Today Show aired a short piece with a few additional ways you could capitalize on during the slow economy.

  • Refinance your vehicles while rates are low
  • Transfer debts to low teaser rate offers
  • Transfer savings to online banks that pay higher interest rates

Take a look at you finances and see if there is an opportunity for you to save money on lower interest rates but also you may be able to earn more by being a bit more savvy with your money. Every penny counts in this economy and many of the ideas are very simple and easy.

If you have a mortgage you should contact a loan officer today and see if there is an opportunity for you to capitalize on regardless of what type of mortgage you may have. All mortgage interest rates are at all-time lows and often it's where you will see the biggest savings. Many that refinance are able to save hundreds of dollars every single month and ultimately they all save thousands of dollars over the life of their loan. Call now for a no obligation loan consultation toll free (866) 825-6261.

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