Today’s Mortgage rates of Bank of America, Wells Fargo and PNC bank (July 8 2013)
Bank of America today offered an interest rate of 4.875% for the 30 years fixed rate mortgage, which carried an APR of 4.989%. In comparison to this the variable 5/1 ARM are presented at an interest rate of 4.500% whereas the APR for the same being 3.681%. In the category of refinance, the 30 years fixed rate mortgage as offered by Bank of America is 5.000% with an APR of 5.089%. The 5/1 variable ARM in the refinance category is available at a rate of 4.000%, having a bit lower APR of 3.447%.
Moving to Well Fargo bank, the 30 years fixed rate mortgage is being offered at a rate of interest of 4.750% today with an APR of 4.926%. The 15 year fixed rate mortgage of common small term were presented at a rate of interest of 3.875% whereas the APR for the same being 4.713%. The rate of interest for the 30 year fixed FHA of this bank is 4.750% with an APR of 5.986%. Whereas the 5 year ARM FHA for this bank is rated at 3.250% stretching a slightly higher APR of 3.335%.
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The PNC bank is offering 30 year loans at an interest rate of 4.625% which generate an APR of 4.817%. The 15 year short term loans are available at 3.5% with an APR of 3.799%. In the category of refinance, the 30 year fixed mortgage is available at 4.750% with an APR of 4.941%; while the Short term 15 year mortgage is quoted at 3.625% that carries an APR of 3.939%.
Comparing the 30 year fixed rate mortgage of the above 3 banks, it can be seen that the lowest interest rate of 4.625% and an APR of 4.817% is being offered by PNC bank.
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