Should you pay points? The CV is wrong...Dean Foust
The conventional wisdom in recent years is that borrowers shouldn't pay points to buy down an interest rate when they take out a mortgage. That was the conclusion of an influential study by Yan Chang and Abdullah Yavas that received a fair bit of attention. Why? The two researchers concluded that most buyers don't hold a mortgage long enough to justify the hefty upfront cost of points.
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