Newington Mortgages

Newington Mortgages

Current mortgage rates and quotes from multiple lenders in Newington, CT

  • Rate: 3.375%
  • Payment: $884
  • AimLoan.com NMLS#2890
  • APR: 3.446% | Points: 0 | Fees: $1,863
  • NMLS# 2890
  • License# 13256
  • About Us: From the lender: AimLoan.com is committed to using technology to provide a lower cost, more convenient mortgage to our customers. We eliminate the mortgage broker and highly commissioned loan officer, the highest cost components of the mortgage process.
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  • Rate: 4.050%
  • Payment: $960
  • Quicken Loans NMLS #3030
  • APR: 4.050% | Points: 0 | Fees: ($250)
  • NMLS# 3030
  • About Us: From the lender: Quicken Loans pioneered online mortgage technology, streamlining the process to close loans in half the time of most other lenders. They are known as America's Home Loan Experts for a good reason they include fixed-rate mortgages, FHA loans, VA loans, ARMs and jumbo loans. The Better Business Bureau gives Quicken Loans an A+ for customer service.
  • Rate: 3.875%
  • Payment: $940
  • CapWest Mortgage
  • APR: 3.916% | Points: 0 | Fees: $997
  • NMLS# 3296
  • About Us: From the lender: CapWest Mortgage is a division of Prospect Mortgage which is one of the nation's largest independent residential retail lenders. We approve and close loans in-house Are you a Costco Member? With CapWest, Costco Members save more on our lender fees. Call for details!

Connecticut Average Home Loan Rates

Loan Type Rate APR
Home Equity Line of Credit 4.470% N/A
Home Equity Loan - 10 Years $50000 4.837% N/A
15 Year Fixed Conforming 2.897% 3.026%
15 Year fixed Jumbo 3.147% 3.242%
30 Year Fixed Conforming 3.663% 3.735%
30 Year Fixed Jumbo 3.645% 3.698%
3/1 Year ARM Jumbo 2.643% 3.276%
5/1 Year ARM Conforming 2.869% 3.385%
7/1 Year ARM Conforming 3.094% 3.403%
10/1 Year ARM Conforming 3.351% 3.476%
10/1 Year ARM Jumbo 3.249% 3.417%

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