you may be tempted to refinance your home loan to one with lower interest rates. Refinancing a $200,000 mortgage with a 30-year fixed-rate loan from an interest rate of 7 percent to one at 5 1/2 percent can save you nearly $200 a month. However, if you haven't lived in your home for a long enough period of time, you may need what is called mortgage, or title, seasoning. Some lenders require that you live in your home for a certain number of years before applying for a mortgage refinance.
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the length of time since a note has been created, when payments are being made. a note is often considered "unseasoned" if payments have been made for less than a year. seasoning can be a way of keeping a payment history for a certain note.
‘Seasoning’ has to do with the lender (for example, the bank) making sure sufficient funds (you'll be using to pay mortgage) have been in your bank account for some time. Let's say your monthly amortization will be approximately $800 per month. If the lender requires a 60-day seasoning, this means they will be looking for an average daily maintaining balance of your bank account that's enough to fund at least your 2 monthly amortizations ($1,600) .