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Mortgage Refinancing: Resources & Lender Reviews

The mortgage refinance process can be confusing — that's where we can help. We've compiled a number of resources and tips to help you navigate your refinancing journey successfully.

Compare today's mortgage refinance rates

See current mortgage refinance rates from some of the top lenders. Compare rates and product features instantly.

Types of Refinancing

Before you refinance your exisiting mortgage, you'll need to know what type of loan you want to refinance into. Here are how some of the most popular options work.

Non-partner lender reviews

Check out more of our mortgage lender reviews to help you make an educated decision. These lenders are not Credible partners.

Bank of America could be a good choice for buying a home or refinancing a home mortgage — particularly if you’re already a customer.

JP Morgan Chase Bank is one of the biggest names in the mortgage business and offers mortgages and mortgage refinancing.

Wells Fargo offers a wide range of home loans, including jumbo loans.

Rocket Mortgage is an online mortgage lender owned by Quicken Loans that offers an online, self-service mortgage process.

New American Funding provides a high level of service to all its customers while recognizing the special needs of first-time and Latino American homebuyers.

Better Mortgage streamlines the loan process to save you time and money — and you’ll never have to pay lender fees with their home loans.

Veterans United specializes in mortgage purchase and mortgage refinancing loans for military servicemembers and veterans.

Flagstar Bank offers a well-rounded choice of mortgage purchase and refinancing loans at competitive rates.

AmeriSave can help you purchase or refinance a home nearly anywhere in the country.

Cornerstone Home Lending offers mortgage purchase loans, plus a construction-to-permanent loan. They also offer special assistance to first-time buyers.

Costco’s mortgage program offers member discounts and lets you compare rates from seven different lenders.

Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation offers a solid range of mortgage options and a streamlined loan process to help you close quickly.

Guaranteed Rate has a fully online mortgage process and offers competitive rates on an impressive list of loan options.

Northpointe Bank offers a portfolio of custom mortgage loan solutions you won’t find from most other lenders.

State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) has some notable perks, including no down payment or mortgage insurance requirement.

Veterans First specializes in VA loans, but also offers FHA and USDA options for nonmilitary members.

U.S. Bank offers competitive rates on mortgage loans, plus a unique Smart Refinance option that lets you access your home equity.

TD Bank has the broad mortgage loan selection you’d expect from one of the nation’s largest banks.