You can still refinance a home that you rent to tenants, even if you never called that building your primary residence. However, new restrictions on mortgage funding make it more challenging than in previous years to find a lender willing to refinance your investment property. By following these four tips from financial experts, you can lower your refinance rates or cash out some of the equity in your rental home.
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