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Refinancing Options When you Have a Second Mortgage

Refinancing becomes a little more complicated when you have a second mortgage. With just a first mortgage, you pay off the first mortgage and take on a new one. It is not that simple when you have a 2nd mortgage there. That second mortgage actually takes first lien position when you pay off your first […] The post Refinancing Options When you Have a Second Mortgage appeared first on Blown Mortgage.
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