Refinance Home loan Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo Mortgage Rates Up

Following a pleasing dip in the benchmark 30 year fixed mortgage rates yesterday, Wells Fargo, the San Francisco based mortgage lender, kept the home loan interest rates at the same lower level on December 12, 2013.

As per information released by the bank pertaining to its mortgage options, the 30 year fixed rate mortgage loans can be seen quoted at an interest rate of 4.625% and an APR yield of 4.887%. The popular short term, 15 year fixed rate mortgage loans are up for grabs at an interest cost of 3.875% today and carry an APR yield of 4.217%. Wells Fargo also provides FHA variants of 30 year FRM loans at an interest cost of 4.250% and an APR yield of 5.486%.

In the flexible loaning department, the bank provides standard 5 year adjustable rate mortgage home loans at a rate of 3.325%, which are accompanied by an APR yield of 3.325%. Customers can also find the FHA version of 5 year adjustable rate mortgage deals published in the portfolio against a lending charge of 2.875% and an APR yield of 3.542%.

As far as the refinancing options go, interested customers can find the best 30 year fixed rate mortgage plans published at a rate of 4.750% and carrying an APR yield of 4.837%. In the FHA approved section, the 30 year refinancing FRM plans are listed against a rate of 4.500% and a higher APR yield of 6.090%. Borrowers can also find jumbo 30 year refinancing fixed rate home loans listed in the bank’s books at a lending price of 4.375% and an APR yield of 4.403%.

Wells Fargo is known for its unique, large 30 year refinancing FRM deals that it provides in some selected areas only, at a rate of 4.750% and an APR yield of 4.793%. The FHA approved large 30 year refinancing fixed rate mortgage deals can also be had at an interest cost of 4.625% and an APR yield of 6.168%.


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Wells Fargo bought out Wachovia, and Chase

2009-08-01 13:20:39 by spinningmagnets

Bought out Washington Mutual. Too bad they didn't use the bail-out money to refinance upside-down mortagages to a fixed rate for all those home-owners who had an adjustable rate that went from 1% up to 19% ($800/mo-$3,600/mo?)
They said "rush it through a vote, don't waste time reading the bill", and this is what we got. Have you read about tens of thousands of grateful homeowners who now have a new loan (6% fixed rate)and can stay in their houses instead of being kicked out and repo'd?...NO?...neither have I

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