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Computerized Investing > November/December 2007

On the Internet: Mortgage and Refinancing Tips

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by CI Staff

Mortgage and Refinancing Tips

Owning a home is a common goal for many Americans. Anyone who has purchased a house knows that mortgages can be complex and confusing. Who has time to learn all of the intricate details of lending, interest rates, payments, points and credit scores? Given the importance of such data, however, it is a good idea to know about it. Below are a few Web sites that can assist with these important issues. The sites all offer free advice, tips and calculators in hopes of making you a more informed consumer and less at the mercy of big banks and brokerage firms.

The Mortgage Professor's Web site

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