Sure! Virtually all lenders who sell product to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac will be able to offer you mortgage with a 10-year term. However, interest rates are usually the same as the lender's 15-year offerings. If you find a great lender and rate, but they don't offer a 10-year term, you can always make yourself one.
Using an mortgage calculator, plug in the particulars for your loan with a 10-year term; now, refinanceas normal, then send in the payment you calculated for the 10-year loan. Voila! Instant shorter-term mortgage (in fact, you can shorten the term of the loan to any term you want using this method... just make the payment you calculated for the term you want).
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