Mortgage Inspection Service Urges Homeowners About to Refinance Their Loan to Avoid Being Overcharged or Getting Stuck with Inflated Interest Rates by Using Their Service

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With mortgage interest rates at near historic lows, the Mortgage Inspection Service is urging all U.S. homeowners on the verge of refinancing their home, to not get duped by junk mortgage fees, and or inflated interest rates, that could needlessly cost them thousands of dollars up front, or down the road. The Mortgage Inspection service says, "We have the best interest rate environment in decades, for financing, or refinancing a home, but we also have lenders resorting to junk mortgage fees, or slightly inflated interest rates, in order to make as much money as possible on each mortgage transaction they do. If you are about to refinance your home, our unique mortgage inspection service, is designed to expose all potential junk mortgage fees, or slightly inflated interest rates, and or give a homeowner peace of mind about their proposed mortgage transaction, all in a written report. Ours is the only service of its type in the nation, and our service has been featured in Money Magazine, Good Housekeeping Magazine, and Newsweek Magazine." Homeowners, or consumers wishing more information can contact the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

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no one goes after junk mortgage fees more than we do, and we put it in writing. We are also obsessed with making certain the homeowner gets the lowest possible interest rate on the new mortgage

The Mortgage Inspection Service is the premier mortgage inspection service for homeowners about to refinance their mortgage in the United States. The group is urging homeowners on the verge of refinancing, or financing a home to allow them to do a full mortgage document review, and report on their home refinance, or home loan in the hopes they can save the borrower hundreds, to thousands of dollars, up front, or over the life of the mortgage. The Mortgage Inspection Service says, "If a homeowner really wants peace of mind on their mortgage transaction, or their home loan refinance, no one goes after junk mortgage fees more than we do, and we put it in writing. We are also obsessed with making certain the homeowner gets the lowest possible interest rate on the new mortgage. Most of the time our mortgage document review, and inspection pays for itself many times over. If a homeowner really wants to make certain they are getting the best possible pricing, or fees, on their mortgage, we are urging them to use our mortgage document inspection, and report." For more information homeowners can call Americas Watchdog's Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

What does the Mortgage Inspection Service mortgage document inspection & review report include?

  • The written report and review will focus in on if the home loan borrower or homeowner about to refinance is getting a fair interest rate.
  • The mortgage document review report will analyze the interest rate and the mortgage product being offered to the consumer to make certain they are getting the best possible mortgage rate.
  • The report will focus in on the fees being charged by the bank or mortgage broker.
  • The report will focus in on the title insurance or escrow costs.
  • The written mortgage document review uses the Good Faith Estimate the borrower gets before closing as the platform for its review.
  • The cost of the written report is $95, and the turn around time from start to finish is typically 48 hours or less. For more information a consumer or interested party can call the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

Credibility Matters: Americas Watchdog & or its Mortgage Inspection Service have been featured on CNN, CBS, NPR, and in Newsweek Magazine, Money Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Good Housekeeping Magazine, CBS Market Watch, The Daily Telegraph of London, and numerous other national or international publications. For more information about the Mortgage Inspection Service anyone can call the group at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

Note from The Mortgage Inspection Service: Realtors, real estate agents, financial planners, tax professionals, HR Managers, and or corporate relocation firms are encouraged to provide a link to the Mortgage Inspection Service on their web sites. http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

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