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Current Mortgage Rates in Richmond, Virginia,
covering fixed mortgage rates and adjustable mortgage (ARM)

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30-Year Fixed
15-Year Fixed
5/1 ARM

Data for 15 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage available from 1997-2015. See the data

Data for 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage available from 1997-2015. See the data

Data for 30 Year 5/1 ARM available from 1997-2015. See the data

Mortgage Rates for Feb. 20 - 27 , 2015*

Product Interest Rate Points National Average
30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage 3.94% 0.11 3.92%
15 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage 3.25% 0.11 3.26%
30 Year 5/1 ARM 2.86% 0.10 3.08%
*weekly rolling averages

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30-Year Fixed 4.22 4.19 4.11 4.05 3.97 3.85 3.86
15-Year Fixed 3.43 3.45 3.37 3.31 3.30 3.25 3.22
5/1 ARM 2.97 2.89 2.97 2.91 2.97 2.94 2.89

Current Mortgage Rates in Richmond, Virginia

 

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Mortgage Trends in Richmond, Virginia

Popular Property Types
 

Single-Family Homes

92.3%
*Single-Family Homes make up 92.3% of purchased or refinanced homes
 

Condominiums

4.3%
*Condominiums make up 4.3% of purchased or refinanced homes
 

PUD Homes

1.4%
*PUD or Planned Unit Development homes make up 1.4% of purchased or refinanced homes
 

Townhomes

1.9%
*Townhomes make up 1.9% of purchased or refinanced homes

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