can I get a reduction in my mortgage insurance permiums
I Have a fannie mae mortgage and pay $511/mo in insurance. I need a reduction
Best place to start is to ask your lender or bank, they can tell you what your options are regarding your mortgage insurance, if you find a These plans offer the choice of refundable or nonrefundable premiums. A refundable premium allows the borrower the opportunity to receive money back on any unused portion, in the event that mortgage insurance coverage is discontinued before the loan is paid in full. The cost for a nonrefundable premium is slightly less than that of a refundable premium, thereby giving the borrower a small savings. If coverage is discontinued on a loan with a nonrefundable premium, the borrower has no opportunity for a refund.
Yes, You can reduce mortgage insurance for more help you may use an official site. There is an example : http://mortgagelifeinsuranceonline.com/life-insurance/
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