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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HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a sizable decline in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 24, as the Federal Reserve projects that it will raise rates more slowly than estimated in December. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate... Read More
There are people who say that shopping for a mortgage is simple--just look choose the mortgage with the lowest annual percentage rate, or APR. However, that's not the case. The APR calculation, when used to shop for a mortgage, comes with several important limitations. Here is what you need to know about using the APR calculation when you shop for a home loan... Read More
The Federal Reserve Board and the Office of Thrift Supervision prepared this booklet on adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) in response to a request from the House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs and in consultation with many other agencies and trade and consumer groups. It is designed to help consumers understand an important and complex mortgage option available to home buyers. We believe... Read More