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Should you buy points? Buying points when you close your mortgage can reduce its interest rate, which in turn reduces your monthly payment. But each 'point' will cost you 1% of your mortgage balance. This calculator helps you determine if you should pay for points, or use the money to increase your down payment. Click on the 'View Report' button to review your information.
 

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Frequently Asked Questions

The specific cost of a mortgage refinance will vary by loan type. A mortgage often involves fees, such as the appraisal fee, title charges, credit bureau costs, closing fees, and state or local taxes. These fees vary from loan type.

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The specific amount of your closing costs will vary, there are a few reasons why:
A home loan often involves fees, such as the appraisal fee, title charges, credit bureau costs, closing fees, and state or local taxes. These fees vary from loan type.

Contact one of our knowledgeable mortgage lending experts to get a personalized quote.


You may view our interest rates at any time. You can also set up a rate alert to be notified when mortgage rates change.

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A mortgage note (also known as a real estate lien note) is a promissory note associated with a specified mortgage loan; it is a written promise to repay a specified sum of money plus interest at a specified rate and length of time to fulfill the promise.

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North Shore Bank offers FHA and VA loans in the state of Wisconsin and Illinois.

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