To help you determine whether a refi would make sense for you, we've done the calculations to show how refinancing into one of today's low mortgage rates could cut your montly and annual housing costs.

Would a refi save you a lot of money? Start by selecting your state below:

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Doug Whiteman

Doug Whiteman

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Doug Whiteman is the editor-in-chief of MoneyWise. He has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and CNBC.com and has been interviewed on Fox Business, CBS Radio and the syndicated TV show "First Business."

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