HSH.com provides today's mortgage rates in your area through our lender networks and national survey. The mortgage comparison tool below allows you to benchmark top mortgage lenders against the national average, comparing monthly mortgage payments and APR, and identifying the most competitive offers for your new home purchase, refinance or home equity loan.
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APR, or annual percentage rate, represents the cost of your mortgage as a percentage of the loan amount. APR is supposed to make comparing and selecting the best mortgage rates easier, and mortgage lenders are required by law to disclose it. If you borrow $200,000 at 5%, you are paying more for your loan than just the 5% monthly interest. For example, it might cost you $4,000 just to originate the... Read More
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