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New to Mortgage Refinancing?

How do you know if you are a good candidate for a

home refinance

? You might assume that the only reason to refinance is to reduce your monthly mortgage payment. Though that's a compelling reason, there are actually many possible reasons for refinancing. With a refinance, you can: Lower your interest rate to reduce your monthly payments. Read more…

Basic Tips For Your House Loan

A

new home mortgage

is the first loan the buyer takes out to pay for a new property, not just the mortgage a first-time home buyer takes out. For

first-time buyers

, getting a loan can be challenging, so being well-informed when seeking a new home mortgage is the best borrowing strategy. Read more…

What to Ask Mortgage Lenders

Although many borrowers look at

interest rates

first when shopping for a

new home loan

, this may not be the best tactic. In fact, there are several key components that determine the cost of a mortgage and how well it suits your lifestyle. Below are ten questions that will help you determine if a loan is the most appropriate available for you and your family. Read more…

Finding the Best Home Mortgage Rates

According to a 2012 study* by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, comparing multiple quotes can save you big. The study found that someone borrowing $200,000 saves thousands simply by considering 4 mortgage quotes. That's why it's important to understand how to become a "savvy shopper" and find the best mortgage rates.  Read more…

A primer on personal loans

Personal loans often attract borrowers because of their flexibility. These loans can be used to finance a wide range of items, such as home improvement costs or medical bills. "A personal loan is basically an unsecured loan," says Jane Bryant Quinn, the New York City-based author of "Making the Most of Your Money Now" and AARP financial columnist. Borrowers are often attracted to P2P lending by the prospect of lower rates and more personalized terms. Read more…
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* The 3.125% example loan rate for a $200,000 5-year Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM) for purchase and refinance loans amortized over 30 years has a monthly payment of $857 plus monthly taxes and insurance with 2 points ($4,000) and fees due at closing. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 3.105%. * The 3.125% example loan rate for a $300,000 5-year Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM) for purchase and refinance loans amortized over 30 years has a monthly payment of $1,285 plus monthly taxes and insurance with 2 points ($4,022) and fees due at closing. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 3.084%. * The 3.125% example loan rate for a $400,000 5-year Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM) for purchase and refinance loans amortized over 30 years has a monthly payment of $1,714 plus monthly taxes and insurance with 2 points ($4,555) and fees due at closing. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 3.074%.


Example loan rates are generally based on the following criteria: a borrower with good to excellent credit and average income seeking a loan for a single family, owner occupied one unit dwelling with 30% down payment (or 70% loan to value ratio). Rates and APR and other terms may vary from those displayed based on the creditworthiness of the borrower requesting the funding, the type of dwelling, whether the borrower is self-employed, the location of the property for the loan and other factors. The rates and terms you are offered are the responsibility of the mortgage lender and will vary based upon your home loan request as determined by the lenders with whom you are matched. There is a possibility that you may not be matched with the lender making the example offers. Not available in all states. Advertised new home loan and refinance rates are subject to change. These example mortgage rates were last updated on September 26, 2016 and include 2 points for the rate calculator. Important Facts about Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loans. Whether you are buying a house or refinancing your mortgage, this information can help you decide if an ARM is right for you. ARMs can be complicated. If you do not understand how they work, you should not sign any loan contracts, and you might want to consider other loans. With an ARM, the interest rate on your loan is not fixed. Instead, it changes over time according to a formula - typically, a base interest rate (index) plus a certain percent (margin) (for example, Libor plus 3 percent). So, if the base interest rate increases, your interest rate and monthly payments will also increase. Please see the lenders' websites for the specific disclosures related to loans offered by our lenders.