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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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Mortgage Tips
  Shopping for a mortgage can be quite an overwhelming experience. Especially if you are a first time home buyer and have little to no knowledge about the loan process. If you have shopped online you have already found hundreds of mortgage sites quoting low ball rates for every loan term under the sun. One would think that if you just spend a few hours online you will find the lowest rate available and receive the best deal. This is not rarely the case. Don't play the interest rate game without a load of information, Read this first!
 
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Mortgage Document Checklist
  Most Lenders take full advantage of an automated underwriting system that allows them to request as little information as possible to verify the data you provided during your loan application. Gone are the days when it was necessary to verify every piece of data collected during the application. The automated underwriting system compares your financial situation with statistical data from millions of other homeowners and uses that comparison to determine the level of verification needed. In many cases, a single W-2 or pay stub can be used to verify your income or a single bank statement can be used to verify the assets needed to close your loan.
 
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Refinance, Then Do It Again
  When rates fall steadily, refinancing may make sense even if you have done so once already. Robert and Michele Swartz refinanced twice within three months in 1998. In October, they trimmed the rate on their 30-year fixed mortgage by a full point -- from 9.13% to 8.13% -- for a monthly savings of $63. Plus, because home prices in their area had boosted their home equity, they were able to stop paying private mortgage insurance that cost them $120 a month.
 
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Trade Your ARM For A Fixed Rate
  By switching to a fixed rate loan, you will not only reduce your payment, you will also likely lock in an attractive rate for as long as you own your home.
 
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Why Do Mortgage Rates Change?
  To understand why mortgage rates change we must first ask the more general question, "Why do interest rates change?" It is important to realize that there is not one interest rate, but many interest rates!
 
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Why You Need Title Insurance ?
  If you've ever purchased a home before, you may already be familiar with the benefits and terms of title insurance. But if this is your first home loan or you are refinancing, you may be wondering why you need another insurance policy.
 
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Get Your Hands On Some Cash
  Another way to make a refinance work for you is to refinance for more than the balance remaining on your old mortgage -- in effect, tapping your home equity, or "cashing out," in mortgage speak. Thanks to favorable rates, you may be able to do so without boosting your monthly outlay. For example, at 8.5%, the payment on a $200,000, 30-year fixed rate mortgage is $1,538. But at 7.5%, that same payment lets you borrow nearly $20,000 more.
 
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