Is this possible?rkhusky wrote:I wouldn't pay more than $1500 for a refinance with zero points and the lowest rate available, unless I had a property that was difficult to appraise and I didn't have much equity. Generally, no cost refi's have higher interest rates.
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- Wed Aug 08, 2012 11:12 am
- Forum: Personal Finance (Not Investing)
- Topic: Are these refinance closing fees reasonable?
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- Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:56 am
- Forum: Personal Investments
- Topic: Vanguard Brokerage Fee Question
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Greetings, I setup a Roth IRA and a taxable account with Vanguard this week. By doing so I have a separate brokerage account for each since I'm going to be buying ETFs. According to Vanguard's website there is a $20 annual fee for balances under 50k. I called Vanguard to clarify if the $20 fee is pe...