New Company Aims to Help Homeowners Reduce Their Interest Rates for Adjustable Rate Mortgages Without Refinancing

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StopHighInterest.com is dedicated to teaching homeowners with ARMs how to reduce or eliminate the effects of rising interest rates

homeowners to take advantage of the current low interest rates, keep their credit scores, and stay in their existing mortgage.

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Homeowners now have another option to allow them to stay in their homes affordably, especially those who do not qualify for refinancing or home loan modification. This innovative approach does not depend upon credit score, net worth, changes in salary or employment status. It is primarily for those mortgage holders in ARMs and those who do not want to walk away from their current home mortgage situation. It will allow these homeowners to take advantage of the current low interest rates, keep their credit scores as they are, and stay in their existing mortgage. This innovative solution teaches hedging methods that financial institutions have used for years to control their interest rate risk. Anyone can learn the system outlined in the instructional e-book to use hedging to control their interest rate for up to ten years.

About StopHighInterest.com
StopHighInterest.com was established by Dave Von Holten, who is successfully using hedging to control his own Adjustable Rate Mortgage interest rate. Owning a home in one of the worst economically-challenged states in the U.S., he devised this program after he experienced lender roadblocks to traditional refinancing methods. Von Holten has an M.B.A. and over 30 years of financial experience, including 19 years of hedging in the grain industry. According to Von Holten, “The system that I have developed draws upon years of my experience in risk management. This experience gave rise to the question, ‘If risk can be managed in other business sectors, why not in interest rates?’, and the answer is, it certainly can be."

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