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Who and where i can find the lowest closing costs on refinancing a mortgage?

Where can I obtain the lowest fees on closing cost when refinancing a mortgage? Also, why does conventional bank around the corner usually has one of the highest closing costs than a smaller mortgage company? Which mortgage company has the best deal and what is reasonable amount to pay on closing costs for an mortgage amount of $360K?

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One Response to "Who and where i can find the lowest closing costs on refinancing a mortgage?"

  1. Kim says:
    Look up Atlantic Bancorp of CA..or Atlantic Bancorp of America..they may have changed their name. But I’ve been closing deals with them for 3 years. They’re pretty great. You can look at http://www.atlanticloan.com

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