Mortgage rates didn’t budge today–a logical result with no signs of life in underlying bond markets. In the current case, this is just fine with us considering the bond market has gone silent while.
Today’s Mortgage Rates. Last week the Fed announced another rate hike of .25%. As of today interest rates are at the lowest they have been since September at 4.75%, but that is going to change in the coming weeks. While rates may be on the rise, they are still quite low compared to average rates over the past 30 years. Mortgage Rates
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Rather than being linked to the Bank of England base rate, discounts are linked to the lender’s standard variable rate (svr). For example, if the SVR is 4.50% with a discount of 1%, the payable mortgage rate is 3.50%. If the SVR rose to 5.50%, the pay rate would rise to 4.50%.
To guarantee a rate, you must submit an application to U.S. Bank and receive confirmation from a mortgage loan officer that your rate is locked. Application can be made by calling 877-303-1639, by applying online, or by meeting with a mortgage loan officer.
The best mortgage rate for you depends on how much you are looking to borrow. A high fee is often worth paying in order to secure a low interest rate if you are applying for a large mortgage. But those with smaller mortgages could be better off opting for a higher rate and lower fee.
A note about mortgage points: One way to get the best mortgage rates is to pay "points," or upfront interest paid to the bank that secures a lower long-term interest rate on your home loan. One point generally costs 1% of the total loan amount, so paying 1 point on a $200,000 mortgage would add $2,000 in upfront costs.
Mortgage rates today remain at historical lows, with over 60% of mortgage holders paying rates between 3.00% and 4.90% as of 2015. We used interest rate data from Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) to examine historical mortgage rates and the factors that have impacted their downward trend.