Cash-in refinancing means putting cash into a transaction by paying down the balance, as opposed to cash-out refinancing where you take cash out by increasing the balance.Cash-in refinancing has become a hot topic recently because in the current market it is possible for mortgage borrowers to earn a very attractive rate of return on money invested in a balance paydown, at the same time that the returns available on other low-risk investments, such as government securities, CDs and money market funds, are lower than they have been at any time since the 1930s. The high returns available from cash-in refinancing reflect several features of the current financial scene. Interest rates on very low-risk mortgages have never been lower, creating large spreads between those rates and the ...
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