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"Benchmark Lending" The term seems fairly new and not very familiar, but when you visit a search engine, you will see that the keywords are "interest rates" and "bank". Paying keywords ... do not forget!
 
 
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Jan. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- In the U.S. the benchmark rate is set by the Federal Reserve, which is the interest rate banks pay when they borrow money. As you know, banks have a certain amount of money in reserve, but when you need more, they have to borrow money in a short time (which can be very short, like a night).

This explains why the term is so precious.

Banks and mortgage companies looking for people who might need a loan. Bank loans make money, it's just a matter of courage to be part of the time there are many customers.


Reference Interest Group

BLG is a direct mortgage lender, allowing you to quickly obtain a mortgage or refinance your current again. They offer a wide range of mortgages that claims it can offer a solution that is specifically tailored to your needs.

They offer:

- 10, 15, 20 and 30 years fixed rate loans:

The monthly payments and the traditional lending rates remain the same throughout the term of the loan. And if the payments of a capital reduction is made, the period is reduced.

- Fixed for 7 years (30 / 7)

The loan of 30 / 7 is ideal for people who want the security of a range of fixed-rate loan, but are also attracted by low interest rates on adjustable rate loans. The loan of 30 / 7 has a duration of 30 years and a low fixed rate for seven years. At the end of the fixed rate, you have the option to convert to a fixed rate for the remaining 23 years, based on interest rates at the time of conversion.

Choose this type of loan:

o If you intend to keep your home for more than 10 years

o If long-term stability is more important than the amount of payment

o If you do not plan to use your home equity during the term of the loan.

You can read more about this in [http://benchmarklendingrate.info]
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