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It's a question almost everyone is asking: "Should I refinance my mortgage?" If so, what's the best way to pay for my mortgage refinance

It's a question almost everyone is asking: "Should I refinance my mortgage?" If so, what's the best way to pay for my mortgage refinance

Today's Connecticut Mortgage Rates in the HSH Lender Showcase

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Connecticut Mortgages

Proximity to New York, stable employment, and a high population density make Connecticut home prices some of the highest in the nation. The state boasts some of the most sought-after properties for both buyers and brokers, and favorable Connecticut mortgage rates can make or break your budget.

If you're in the market for a new home, or you want to refinance a current Constitution State home for affordability or stability of payments, keep tabs on CT mortgage rates and run some basic scenarios on HSH.com's mortgage calculators. Shaving even a fraction of a percentage point from the national average can save you money. By contacting the mortgage lenders featured on HSH.com, you can take advantage of current CT mortgage rates.

Connecticut Conventional Mortgage

A conventional mortgage loan is generally a loan made using private mortgage money and not backed by a government entity, such as FHA, VA or USDA. Conventional mortgages are available in fixed rate and adjustable rate varieties and with a wide range of terms. A conventional loan that meets a number of specific criteria can be sold to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and is known as conventional conforming mortgage.

2020 Conventional loan limits for Connecticut

County Name One Family Two Family Three Family Four Family
Fairfield County One Family$601,450 Two Family$769,950 Three Family$930,700 Four Family$1,156,650
Hartford County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Litchfield County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Middlesex County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
New Haven County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
New London County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Tolland County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Windham County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
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