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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 Nevada Mortgage Rates in the HSH Lender Showcase

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Nevada Mortgages

From Las Vegas to Reno-Tahoe to the Ruby Mountains, Nevada draws tourists and visitors from around the world. Potential buyers should start the home purchase process by comparing Nevada mortgage rates from lenders authorized to make loans in that state. Use HSH.com's mortgage calculators to research how much your monthly payments will be, given current NV mortgage rates.

If you already own a home in Nevada and want to refinance in order to lower your monthly payments or even increase them to pay off your home more quickly, check NV mortgage rates from various lenders to make sure you are getting the best deal in terms of the interest rates and fees.

Nevada 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 Nevada

County Name One Family Two Family Three Family Four Family
Carson City One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Churchill County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Clark County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Douglas County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Elko County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Esmeralda County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Eureka County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Humboldt County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Lander County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Lincoln County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Lyon County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Mineral County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Nye County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Pershing County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Storey County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
Washoe County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
White Pine County One Family$510,400 Two Family$653,550 Three Family$789,950 Four Family$981,700
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