Millions of Americans have taken advantage of today’s record-low interest rates on home mortgages. With rates consistently dropping over the last four years, the housing market has spawned a new group of consumers: the serial refinancers.
But the heyday may not last much longer. The Mortgage Bankers Association projects rates will drift up in 2013, with the 30-year rate on a fixed mortgage rising above 4 percent by the middle of next year, which will curtail retail volume.
However, with interest rates currently hovering around 3.5 percent, now is an opportune time for many to refinance—so long as they land their best offer. Click here to read the article.