Certainly...you are asking about a 'no-closing cost refinance' (see my video right here on MoneyTips regarding this subject
). You can accomplish that in 2 ways;
1) you can 'roll-in' or finance the costs of the refinance into the new mortgage or...
2) you can structure the new loan with a 'lender credit' towards all of your closing costs (this will almost always have a higher interest rate than #1...but it may be well worth considering). Talk to a reputable mortgage consultant or loan officer regarding these options. Good luck. | 05.20.15 @ 19:26