Millions of home owners could benefit from refinancing to get a lower mortgage interest rate. See if you’re one of them.

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A mortgage refinance is the replacement of an existing mortgage with another mortgage under different terms. Mortgage refinancing can lower your monthly payments, which can add up to significant savings. Knowing your current mortgage rate is important. We can keep you informed and help you to decide when a mortgage refinance may be best.


Mortgage rates are always changing, but a refinance with Omega Lending at the right time means you’ll be able to lower your payment and save more money each month.


You could pay off those higher-interest debts by refinancing to a lower rate. Even with less-than-perfect credit, we can help lower your monthly payment and pay off higher-interest debt.



The shorter the term on your mortgage, the lower your mortgage rate. Did you know that you may be able to take advantage of today’s rates by shortening the term of your loan?

You’ve Got Options When It Comes to a Mortgage Refinance


Lower those rising monthly mortgage payments with a government-insured fixed-rate FHA loan.


Find monthly mortgage payment stability and consistency with a traditional fixed rate loan option.


Pay less over a traditional fixed rate mortgage for the first years of your loan with a 5 or 7 year ARM.


Refinance up to 100% of your home or buy a new home with no down payment and never pay monthly insurance (PMI)!

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