Pre Payment options differ from one lender to the next.
There are two separate ways to make extra payments, the first is by making extra payments to your normal scheduled payment, whether they’re monthly, bi-weekly or weekly. The second was is by making an annual lump sum payment. All pre payments are made directly to the principle of the outstanding mortgage amount and no interest is paid on the pre payment amounts. These are always great features and should be taken advantage of during your mortgage term.
Right now with mortgage rates being so low it is a great strategy to make as many pre payments as your budget allows so to pay down as much principle while rates are still so low.
Speak to any of our mortgage professionals about the different pre payment options for each and every lender.
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