Mortgage Inspection Service Now Offers An Upgraded Home Loan Inspection Focused On The Best Interest Rate And Mortgage Fees--Designed To Save The Borrower Money

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The Mortgage Inspection Service believes the average home buyer, or homeowner involved in a refinance get hit with hundreds of dollars in junk mortgage fees, and potentially tens of thousands of dollars in mortgage overpayments because the borrower did not get the best possible available interest rate. The Mortgage Inspection Service is urging homeowners about to refinance, or homeowners on the verge of closing on a residential home loan to call them at 866-714-6466, and take advantage of their very affordable upgraded mortgage inspection service. http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

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If a individual wants peace of mind that they are not being overcharged on a home loan, or refinance they should take advantage of the Mortgage Inspection Service's inspection

The Mortgage Inspection Service is now offering a upgraded mortgage inspection for individuals about to close on a home loan, or for a homeowner about to refinance their mortgage with the goal being they do not get stuck with junk mortgage fees, that could be hundreds, or over a thousand dollars. The Service's mortgage inspection focuses in on making certain the consumer really is getting the best possible mortgage interest rate, and the best mortgage product.

The Mortgage Inspection Service is urging home buyers, or homeowners in the process of refinancing a home loan who want to make certain they really are getting the best possible interest rates, and fees to use their inspection service. For more information a home buyer, or homeowner can call the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466. http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

The Mortgage Inspection Service says, "Our mortgage inspection report closely examines the fees being charged to the consumer, and we pay particular attention to the interest rate being charged. Why is the interest rate being charged such a big deal?

"Lets take the example of a $200,000 30 year fixed rate mortgage with a interest rate of 4.25%. The monthly mortgage payment for principal, and interest would be $938.88. If we increase the interest rate to 4.5% the monthly mortgage payment would be $1013.37. The difference in the monthly mortgage payment would be $74.49, or $893.88 per year. If you run this $893.88 over the life of the thirty year loan it's $26,816.40. This is why we pay such close attention to the proposed interest rate being charged on a mortgage."

The Mortgage Inspection Service is designed for home buyers, or homeowners nationwide with good to great credit. The Service's inspection is for conventional mortgages only. They do not do FHA, or VA mortgages. If a individual wants peace of mind that they are not being overcharged on a home loan, or refinance they should take advantage of the Mortgage Inspection Service's inspection.

The typical turnaround time for the inspection report is 48 hours or less, and this service is available for consumers in all states including New York, California, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Washington, Massachusetts, Arizona, Ohio, Georgia, New Mexico, Maryland, etc.

For more information home buyers or homeowners about to refinance are urged to contact the Mortgage Inspection Service at 866-714-6466 for their unsurpassed service. http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

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