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Texas Refinance Loans

Refinance Loans

Financial Improvement Loans


Lowering your rate may improve your financial outlook.


Refinancing your mortgage can be a smart move to lower your payments, reduce the length of your loan, or convert to the safety of a fixed rate mortgage. Now may be the right time to take advantage of historically low interest rates. And we can refinance your home with no out-of-pocket closing costs. Let us help you determine if refinancing is the right move for you. 




Refinancing to a lower interest rate may be the right move to improve your finances. Choosing the right professional to work with you through this process can mean the difference between a great loan experience and one to forget. With over 15 years serving Texas, Texas Union Mortgage is a company you can trust to understand your situation and get you back on track to your financial goals. Why choose us?  Find out here

How can we help you?

Understand your financial situation to provide the right mortgage plan

Determine how much payment you can afford

Get personal loan recommendations

Fit and package your loan following required underwriting guidelines

Understand your options when working with distressed credit

Eliminate problems by solving the common issues that derail the approval process

Be comfortable with the loan process by practicing Ethical and Responsible Lending

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How can we help you?
Why should I refinance?

Lower your monthly payments

Reduce the length of your loan

Refinance your adjustable rate mortgage to a fixed rate loan

Consolidate your first and second mortgages

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What is a Cash Out Refi?

A Cash Out Refinance Loan allows you to borrow up to 80% of your home's value and use the extra cash to consolidate credit card debt, pay for home improvements, or just spend the cash for whatever you need.


Learn more  Cash Out Refinance Loans

"When we refinanced our home, you literally took us by the hand and guided us through the whole process. Basically all I had to do was sign my name on the dotted line. "   ~ Jason


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