Denver Mortgage News
- Denver Real Estate and Mortgages in 2018
- Getting a Home Loan In Denver Is Easier
- Creative Mortgage Financing in Competitive Real Estate Market
- 14 Questions For Your Mortgage Lender
- Mortgage Interest Rates Rising Again
- Lender Curbs Mortgage Appraiser Abuses
- Are Denver Mortgage Rates Going Up?
- I’m Dressing Up as TRID
- Mortgages Change in a “Leveling Market”
- Sellers Discriminating Against Veterans
Latest Denver Interest Rates
These are “real time” mortgage rate quotes. But, be careful! Closing costs vary dramatically from lender to lender. While the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is supposed to account for amortized closing costs over the life the loan, WAIT until you compare Good Faith Estimates to see the real interplay between mortgage interest rates and YOUR closing costs.
How To Figure Your New Home Loan Payment
Typically, a monthly mortgage payment consists of interest, some principle, taxes and insurance for a specific property. Here’s an easy mortgage payment calculator that will let you figure out the monthly Principle and Interest portion of a new loan payment. Then, simply divide the annual property taxes and homeowners insurance by 12 and that amount to get the complete payment you can expect on a new home. If you are ready to apply for a home loan, we have an easy way to do that.
Mortgage Interest Rates Commentary
Many factors effect interest rates on mortgage loans. You need to make an educated guess on the direction of rates before you lock your loan. If rates are declining soon, you will wish you had waited to lock in an interest rate. Below is the latest National Mortgage Market Commentary with important dates this week. Use it to help determine if you should lock or float your mortgage loan rate. Or call Larry Hotz at 303-877-9344 to discuss the current state of the Denver mortgage interest rates.