This mortgage refinance cost calculator provides customized information based on the information you provide. But, it also makes some assumptions about mortgage insurance and other costs, which can be significant.
Before you refinance, make sure you’re aware of the costs associated with doing so. The cost to refinance a mortgage can vary depending on several factors. For example, the interest rate, credit score and loan amount. Our mortgage refinance cost calculator can help you figure out how much it will cost to refinance your mortgage.
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A Traditional Refinance might be a good option if you’re looking for a lower interest rate or a shorter term. It’s a low-cost way to get the most our of your home
See the benefits of a Traditional Refinance.
Take advantage of the equity in your home. Use it to pay for college tuition, home improvements or to buy a vacation home.
Find out if a Cash-out Refinance is a good option for you.
Current U.S. Bank customers with an existing first mortgage, a U.S. Bank Smartly™ Checking account or an existing Gold or Platinum Checking Package may be eligible for a customer credit.1 Take 0.25% of your new first mortgage loan amount and deduct it from the closing costs, up to a maximum of $1,000 off.2
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This no-cost mortgage refinancing option can save you time and money. Take advantage of a simplified application process, flexible terms and no closing costs3 with a U.S. Bank Smart Refinance.
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Estimated monthly payment and APR example: A $225,000 loan amount with a 30-year term at an interest rate of 3.875% with a down payment of 20% would result in an estimated monthly payment of $1,058.04 with an Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 3.946%.4
Interest rates vary depending on the type of mortgage you choose. See the differences and how they can impact your monthly payment.