Stay updated with the latest mortgage rates, mortgage news, and historical interest rate trends. Use the mortgage payment calculator to get an initial sense for financing costs. And connect with top Denver mortgage lenders.
When it comes time to buy a home, please speak with a Colorado licensed mortgage loan originator for actual mortgage interest rates and related loan information specific to your situation. The information on this page is meant to give you a ballpark idea on mortgage interest rates and cost and WILL vary from your personal real estate transaction terms.
Best Mortgage Lenders in metro Denver
|Below are three local mortgage lenders my clients have used in the past. If you work with me to buy a home, I have confidence in their ability to provide you great service and help us when making offers to buy in a competitive market. Like anyone in business, they would be curious to know how you heard about them so feel free to mention my name. Of course, home buyers can use any lender they choose. My job is to point you to highly qualified professionals that can deliver results in our competitive market. Please contact me with any questions.|
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Mortgage Payment Calculator
This is a useful tool to get a feel for your monthly housing cost when buying a home. The typical monthly mortgage payment includes principal, interest, taxes, and insurance, or PITI for short. This mortgage payment calculator will give you a feel for the principal and interest amounts. Contact me to discuss your home search and I will provide an approximate annual property tax and homeowners insurance amount to serve as a rough estimate. While this calculator provides costs, only a mortgage lender will be able to provide numbers specific to you.
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- How to Save Thousands of Dollars in Interest on Your Mortgage
Historical Mortgage Interest Rate Charts
U.S. 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average Rate – past 5 years
The U.S. 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average Rate since 1971 gives you a broad historical view of mortgage rates and how today’s rates compare over time. We have been at historically low interest rates for many years now, which is one of the factors contributing to price appreciation.