I bet a lot of you have mortgages out there. Probably many of you have refinanced them too. I bet you didn't get the rate that Mark Zuckerberg got though. As a reward for screwing the average investor in Facebook, Mark got to refinance his 30 year mortgage at the rate of 1.05%. Yep, that is way below the almost 3% that us typical for his kind of mortgage. Apparently the bank has special rates for wealthy customers. Mark is worth $14B so he needs a break on his mortgage because? But the person who is working two jobs while their spouse works one and takes care of the kids is probably paying 4 times that rate. Tell me how that is fair. The banks do it because they like to say Mark is a customer. Mark likes it because even a billionaire likes saving money. If you are wondering hwy he has a mortgage in the first place, it is so he can free up his cash and use it other places and a rate of 1.05% means it does not take much of a return for him to make more on his money. Because you know, $14B is not enough. Something about the whole thing seems really skeezy.