Welcome to the Rhode Island FHA Streamline Refinance program! Our Rhode Island FHA lenders can help you save money each month on your FHA mortgage.  Want to take advantage of the current low rates?  No problem!  We service all areas of The Ocean State and we’re here to help!

This FHA Streamline Refi process is so simple that it’s been called “Streamline” because it allows you to refinance the interest rate on your current home mortgage rather quickly. Appraisals are usually not required and there is also less paperwork involved – saving both you and the lender time and money with sizegenetics review!

Contact us to learn about all Rhode Island FHA Loan Limits.

***Starting June 11, 2012 if you currently have an FHA loan you may qualify for a refinance that will reduce your upfront mortgage premium to only .01 percent and your annual premium of .55 percent!***

If you have an FHA Loan in Rhode Island and want to refinance, use our free FHA Streamline Refinance Calculator below to start saving money each month.  Or, you can call us at 1-888-709-4555 to speak with one of our FHA Streamline Refinance specialists.

Our Rhode Island FHA Lenders service all parts of the state including the following areas:
Providence | Warwick | Cranston | Pawtucket | East Providence | Woonsocket | Coventry | North Providence | North Providence | Cumberland | West Warwick | Johnston | South Kingstown | Newport | North Kingstown | Westerly | Bristol Town | Bristol | Lincoln | Smithfield | Central Falls | Westerly | Middletown | Portsmouth | Barrington | Narragansett | Burrillville | Tiverton | East Greenwich | Valley Falls | Newport East | Warren | North Smithfield | Scituate | Glocester | Greenville | Wakefield-Peacedale | Charlestown | Hopkinton | Cumberland Hill | Tiverton | Richmond | Exeter | Jamestown | Kingston | West Greenwich | Pascoag | Foster | Narragansett Pier | Little Compton | Melville | Hope Valley | Harrisville | Ashaway | Bradford | New Shoreham

Rhode Island Fun Facts:

  • Rhode Island was the last of the original thirteen colonies to become a state.
  • Judge Darius Baker imposed the first jail sentence for speeding in an automobile on August 28, 1904 in Newport.

In a bind with your mortgage and thinking of foreclosure?  Check out Rhode Island Tips for avoiding foreclosure here.  It has some very useful information – don’t lose your home!