A homeowner can refinance their mortgage as many times as they want to. However, there are some things to considered when you think about a refinance, especially multiple times, in order to save money. Most people look to refinancing to save money on interest rates, and if you have done all the calculations and pro versus cons of refinancing, and realize you will not save any money,then it is not smart to refinance at this time.A lot of homeowners like to thinks that when interest rates drop it is automatically time to refinance. While this is a good general rule of thumb as to to when to refinance, other things need to be taken into consideration as well. Refinancing is just getting a new loan to pay off an old one, and every time that happens there are associated fees and costs associated such as, insurance, appraisal fees, taxes and recording fees to name a few. Also, some home mortgages have pre payment penalties that deter homeowners from refinancing due to having to pay steep fees in order to do so.Although these fees and costs can be added to your loan amount and financed, you must take into account that your new mortgage loan will be for more and as a result you will be paying higher monthly payments, and interest on those closing fees. So you must make sure that even if you are refinancing into lower interest rates, you will actually still get lower monthly mortgage payments, and save money.Many homeowners see their financial pictures drastically change, sometimes multiple times, throughout their home ownership. An improved credit rating, drastically increased or decreased debts, low interest offers, or maybe your done paying tuition, all of these and many more things can make a refinance the right decision for a homeowner.Whenever or however many times you refinance is entirely up to you. It may not be always be beneficial, but it is ultimately your choice. Refinancing a home the right way can lead to lower monthly mortgage payments, a shorter home loan, reduced interest, or better terms and conditions. However, refinancing a home the wrong way can cost you thousands of dollars in expenses and possibly your home. Do some basic research on potential mortgage lenders, average national interest rates, and the terminology used in a refinance. By practicing this and some patience you allow yourself the best to refinance the right way.