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Todays Mortgage Rates
Conforming Fixed - Loans up to $417,000
  Product Rate Points APR
  30 Year Fixed 3.250 3.500 3.559
  20 Year Fixed 3.125 4.250 3.647
  15 Year Fixed 2.750 1.750 3.046
  10 Year Fixed 2.750 1.125 3.048
Conforming ARM - Loans up to $417,000
  Product Rate Points APR
  5/1 ARM 2.750 1.250 3.844
  7/1 ARM 2.875 1.625 3.763
  10/1 ARM 3.125 1.625 3.717
FHA - Loans up to FHA standard limits
  Product Rate Points APR
  FHA 30 Year Fixed 3.000 4.219 4.093
  FHA 20 Year Fixed 3.000 4.219 4.444
  FHA 15 Year Fixed 2.875 1.586 3.882
  FHA 5/1 ARM 2.625 1.580 3.717
Last Updated 10/21/2017 10:12:56 AM
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  Rate Lock Policy
 
We offer locks for 30, 45 and 60 day periods. Refinance transactions may be locked after we receive your signed application and supporting documents. Purchase transactions may be locked once you have an accepted offer on a property and you have submitted your signed application with supporting documents. You may apply online, 24/7.
 
HOW DO I LOCK?
Once you have submitted your signed application and supporting documents, you must submit your lock request in writing to your loan officer. You may do this by emailing or faxing your request directly to your loan officer. Rate lock requests will not be accepted via telephone or voice mail.
 
ARE ANY FEES COLLECTED WHEN I LOCK?
You will be asked to submit an appraisal authorization form. This form authorizes the billing of the cost of the appraisal to your credit card. In certain states, where allowable by law, a rate lock deposit of $399.00 may be collected. This deposit is non-refundable and will be applied against the closing costs related to the loan at the time your transaction closes. If you elect to cancel your transaction your deposit will be forfeited. If your loan is denied, the fee will be refunded.
 
HOW LONG OF A LOCK SHOULD I TAKE?
Most of our customers lock for 30 days, which is plenty of time to close your loan as long as all parties do their part. On a purchase transaction, you want to make sure your lock period at least runs through the scheduled date of your closing. On refinance transactions involving the subordination of an existing second mortgage or home equity line of credit we recommend a 45 day lock. On primary residence refinance transactions, you must sign your loan closing documents by the 25th day to account for the 3 day right of rescission.
 
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE LOAN PROCESS TAKES LONGER THAN MY LOCK PERIOD?
If the delay is caused by us, we will extend the lock at no cost. If the delay is caused by you or a third party service provider and your rate lock expires within seven days or less, your loan will be relocked at the higher of the pricing in place on the date of your original lock or current pricing. Delays caused by you or a third party service provider will be at your expense. These delays include but are not limited to: requesting subordination of an existing second mortgage or home equity line of credit; not supplying documentation in a timely manner; providing inaccurate, inadequate, obsolete or incomplete documentation or loan information; changes in loan terms or loan programs; HOA delays in completing and returning questionnaires; delays by a title company, closing agent or appraiser; and delayed appraisal inspections, ermite inspections, survey inspections or document signing appointments. If you believe any of these issues may occur on your loan, you may want to consider a longer lock period.
 
CAN I REVISE MY LOCK TO A LONGER LOCK PERIOD DURING THE PROCESS?
If circumstances are expected to result in the process taking longer than originally expected, you may change to a longer lock period during the process. For example, you could change from a 30-day lock to a 45-day or 60-day lock. The revised lock will be priced at the higher of the pricing in place on the date of your original lock or the date of your revised lock. Please take the time upfront to choose the lock period that is best for you.
 
CAN I CHOOSE A DIFFERENT PROGRAM OR RATE AFTER I HAVE LOCKED?
You may but your revised pricing will be the higher of the pricing in place on the date of your original lock or current pricing. Please take the time upfront to choose the program and rate that is best for you.
 
CAN I RELOCK MY RATE BY CANCELING MY APPLICATION AND REAPPLYING?
If you cancel your application and reapply within 30 days of your cancellation date, your pricing will be the higher of the pricing in place on the date of your original lock or the date of your new lock. If 30 days has passed since your cancellation date, your lock will be based on the pricing in effect at the time of the new lock.
 
WHAT HAPPENS IF I LET MY RATE LOCK EXPIRE?
If you let your rate lock expire and relock within 30 days, your pricing will be based on the higher of the pricing in place on the date of your original lock or the date of your new lock.
 
SHOULD I LOCK OR FLOAT MY RATE?
On a refinance transaction, if the savings you will achieve with the new lower rate will recapture the closing costs of the loan in a relatively short period of time, you should probably go ahead and lock your rate and close your loan. Trying to time the bottom of an interest rate cycle is tricky and each month you delay costs you in the form of carrying a higher interest rate on your old loan. If rates fall further, you can always refinance again. On purchase transactions, in times of stable interest rates, most of our customers lock when they are within 30 days of closing. Locking for a period longer than 30 days increases the cost of the loan slightly but is sometimes a good idea if rates are volatile. If your closing is more than 30 days out, we recommend you compare rates and points on our website for 30, 45 and 60 day locks and make your decision accordingly.