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    • 10 - year Fixed
      $2,665/mo
      LoanDepot
      2.990%
      APR
      2.750%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,031/mo
      eRates Mortgage
      3.134%
      APR
      2.990%
      RATE
    • 7 - year ARM
      $1,420/mo
      Quicken Loans
      3.384%
      APR
      3.250%
      RATE
    • 5 - year ARM
      $1,339/mo
      LoanDepot
      3.141%
      APR
      2.625%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,032/mo
      LoanDepot
      3.180%
      APR
      3.000%
      RATE
    • 7 - year ARM
      $1,371/mo
      LoanDepot
      3.187%
      APR
      2.875%
      RATE
    • 5 - year ARM
      $1,387/mo
      eRates Mortgage
      3.252%
      APR
      3.000%
      RATE
    • 7 - year ARM
      $1,436/mo
      eRates Mortgage
      3.375%
      APR
      3.375%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,076/mo
      Bridgeview Bank Mortgage Company LLC
      3.567%
      APR
      3.375%
      RATE
    • 20 - year Fixed
      $1,767/mo
      LoanDepot
      3.668%
      APR
      3.500%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,095/mo
      LoanDepot
      3.674%
      APR
      2.750%
      RATE
    • 10 - year Fixed
      $2,734/mo
      Quicken Loans
      3.759%
      APR
      3.375%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,091/mo
      Quicken Loans
      3.788%
      APR
      3.500%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,504/mo
      eRates Mortgage
      3.995%
      APR
      3.875%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,504/mo
      LoanDepot
      4.007%
      APR
      3.875%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,124/mo
      NASB
      4.128%
      APR
      3.000%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,538/mo
      Bridgeview Bank Mortgage Company LLC
      4.221%
      APR
      4.125%
      RATE
    • 20 - year Fixed
      $1,828/mo
      Quicken Loans
      4.242%
      APR
      3.990%
      RATE
    • 15 - year Fixed
      $2,153/mo
      Quicken Loans
      4.282%
      APR
      3.250%
      RATE
    • 5 - year ARM
      $1,668/mo
      NASB
      4.517%
      APR
      3.125%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,684/mo
      LoanDepot
      4.534%
      APR
      3.250%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,573/mo
      Quicken Loans
      4.543%
      APR
      4.375%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,717/mo
      NASB
      4.844%
      APR
      3.500%
      RATE
    • 30 - year Fixed
      $1,803/mo
      Quicken Loans
      5.457%
      APR
      4.125%
      RATE

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    • BS
      Aug, 2014
      Brad
      These rates are very helpful. I would recommend locking in long duration (30 year fixed rates) loans if you plan to live in your home for an extended period of time.
      Votes

    • NR
      Sep, 2012
      Natalia
      Cars and houses are quite expensive and not everybody is able to buy it. However, loans are created to support different people in such kind of situations.
      1 Votes

    • MC
      Jan, 2012
      Mark
      Are mortgage rates on HARP loans higher than on conventional loans? What about the fees? Thanks!
      0 Votes

      • BA
        Jan, 2012
        Bill
        Mortgage rates and fees for HARP loans, will be similar to rates on other conventional loans. However, due to the fact that HARP loans are offered by fewer lenders, you can expect a premium on the price. Many people are restricted to going to their original lender/servicer, due to a high DTI. If that is the case the room for negotiating is low. I recommend that you shop around for the best rate. The automated underwriting systems for new lenders will be available in March 2012.
        0 Votes

    • KH
      Nov, 2011
      kelly
      I went through a divorce in 2005 and found out that my name was not on anything we were paying on. So even though we owned 2 homes and paid on time always, my FICO credit score right now is 530. I know this is really bad. I am in the position now to be able to put at least $20,000 down on a home listed at $87900. Do you think anyone will give me a loan with this awful credit score. I do have a steady income and very low bills. No credit cards or other debt. only utilities and rent right now. Even with my down payment is it going to be implossible to find someone to approve me for a mortgage loan?
      0 Votes

      • BA
        Nov, 2011
        Bill
        I doubt you will qualify for a reasonable loan when you have, essentially, no credit history. Focus your energy on building your credit history.
        1 Votes

    • FC
      Aug, 2011
      Fonda
      I became disabled in 2008 and lost income of about $85,000 a year so my husband & I exhausted all of our savings and filed bankruptcy. We kept our home and our cars out of the bankruptcy. The administrator of his 401-K is Merrill Lynch. We tried for a hardship withdrawal of $11,000, which was 2 months house payments, 2 years R/E taxes on our home, 2 years personal property taxes, State Income Taxes from last year, A new Heating & Cooling System because ours was hit by lightning on July 8, and the only thing they approved was the 2 house payments. Why is it so hard to get your own money? My husband's plan only offers 1 loan at a time and we have that already, and I know of some administrators that offer 2 loans. Why doesn't everyone have the same rules? It's our money. How else can I get this money from my 401-K? Am I missing something. Can someone go directly to the IRS and be approved over the administrator or even Congress? I need help in a bad way.
      1 Votes

      • BA
        Aug, 2011
        Bill
        I do not have a solution, but I do have an explanation. When Congress wrote the 401(k) law, it presented its rules as guidelines or boundaries that employers were free to interpret tightly. For example, some employers choose to not allow loans against an employee's current balance, or allow any hardship distributions under any circumstances. I realize this is not helpful, but it explains the discrepancy between plans you noticed.
        0 Votes

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