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Mortgage Refinance

Refinance with Our Loan Officers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Great Midwest Bank is here to help you refinance your HELOC mortgage loan, serving local communities in Brookfield, Chilton, Madison, Wauwatosa, Greenfield, Bayside, and more!

If you’re considering a refinance of your existing home equity line of credit mortgage, or HELOC mortgage, you’ve come to the right place. Great Midwest Bank offers a variety of HELOC refinancing options. Applying for a HELOC mortgage refinance is easier than ever, thanks to our online loan application. The application only takes about 30 minutes to complete, and then you will be on your way to talking to one of our loan officers and one step closer to the home equity line of credit that is the best fit for you.

Our experienced mortgage loan officers are more than happy to answer any of your HELOC refinancing questions. You can find your local RE mortgage broker by visiting our Mortgage Loan Officers page.

We also offer a Home Loan Refinance Calculator that may help you through the process by sorting through the confusion of home refinancing. This calculator can help you answer whether or not you can save money by refinancing your home equity line of credit now.

A typical home mortgage refinance transaction should close within 30-45 days of application. Some other things you can expect during the process of refinancing your HELOC mortgage loan are as follows:

  • A need for a new property appraisal, under most circumstances.
  • To deposit funds that will cover the cost of the appraisal once you’ve applied for a HELOC refinance and are ready to proceed.
  • Potentially paying additional costs for taking “cash out” over and above your existing home mortgage balance.
  • An option to “roll in” some of your closing costs, assuming sufficient equity in your home

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“Working hand in hand with Matt Gaulke and Great Midwest Bank, I believe this partnership truly enables me to manage the customer’s experience to ensure it is fun, easy, and enjoyable to buy or build a new home.”

D’anne Long