Mortgage Loan Rates in Washington

Compare today's mortgage rates in
Washington (Last Updated: 01/23/2018)

Lender
APR
Rate
Payment
Points
Fees
Contact details
3.979% 3.875%30 day rate lock $1,029 per month
0.944 Points
$2,770 Lender Fees
 
4.155% 4.125%30 day rate lock $1,061 per month
0.000 Points
$795 Lender Fees
 
4.375% 4.250%45 day rate lock $1,077 per month
1.125 Points
$3,260 Lender Fees
 
3.716% 3.625%30 day rate lock $998 per month
1.122 Points
$2,454 Lender Fees
 
3.851% 3.750%30 day rate lock $1,014 per month
0.786 Points
$2,824 Lender Fees
 
3.979% 3.875%30 day rate lock $1,029 per month
0.944 Points
$2,770 Lender Fees
 
4.155% 4.000%30 day rate lock $1,045 per month
1.171 Points
$4,108 Lender Fees
4.155% 4.125%30 day rate lock $1,061 per month
0.000 Points
$795 Lender Fees
 
4.375% 4.250%45 day rate lock $1,077 per month
1.125 Points
$3,260 Lender Fees
 
4.375% 4.250%45 day rate lock $1,077 per month
1.125 Points
$3,260 Lender Fees
 

Data provided by Informa Research Services. Payments do not include amounts for taxes and insurance premiums. The actual payment obligation will be greater if taxes and insurance are included. Click here for more information on rates and product details.

Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Weekly Survey Results

30-year fixed-rate mortgage(FRM) averaged 3.86 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week ending August 24, 2017, down from last week when it averaged 3.89 percent. A year ago at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 3.43 percent. 

Keith Schemm's Daily Rate Summary

Mortgage Rates and Treasury Yields Rise Strongly.
On Friday, Treasury bond yields and Mortgage interest rates rose strongly as Bond investors are re-assessing curve flattening trades that they put on earlier. Stocks are still hot! and making a run to all-time highs on the averages. The allure of fast gains on a frothy stock market outshines boring bonds. Nervous investors mull economic signals and the impact of the Tax cut on economic growth potential. Bond investors are looking at the possibility of lower-for-longer policy as an incentive to buy bonds. 10 Yr. Treasury Note stood at a yield of 2.6592% and the 30 Yr. U.S. Treasury Bond is yielding 2.9331%. 30 Year Mortgages according to Freddie Mac were around 4.04% for conforming and 4.25% for Jumbo products.

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