Weekly Rates And Markets In A Minute From Lynn Whitefall May 16 2017

Dated: 05/17/2017

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According to Mortgage News Daily, today’s national average rates are as follows:

 3.35% for a 15 year fixed conventional rate Annual Percentage Rate 3.635%

4.10% for a 30 year fixed conventional rate Annual Percentage Rate 4.569%

3.85% for a 30 year fixed FHA loan Annual Percentage Rate 4.396%

* % rates are stable - % rates are up - % rates are down

 

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*Conventional loan terms above are calculated on a purchase price of $250,000 with 20% down and a 720 or higher credit score. FHA is calculated with a 640 credit score and 3.5% down. *The rate is subject to increase or decrease. This is not a loan commitment, nor is it a guarantee of any kind. All applications are subject to underwriting guidelines and approval. This does not constitute an offer to lend. All loans subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify for all loan products offered. All loan programs, terms and interest rates are subject to change without notice. All fees are subject to state and federal high cost thresholds. FL Mortgage Lender License MLD909. Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee 22114. For all other licenses, visit http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/. Supreme Lending is not a governmental agency or is it affiliated with any governmental agency. © 2012 Everett Financial, Inc. dba Supreme Lending (NMLS ID #2129) at 14801 Quorum Dr., #300, Dallas, TX 75254. All rights reserved.




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Sincerely,

Lynn Whitefall

Supreme Lending

Branch Manager

NMLS 352270

(954) 607-3877

lynn.whitefall@supremelending.com

www.lynnwhitefall.supremelending.com

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