Unlike CD rates, in which the big banks generally pay well below the best rates available, the top ten largest bank mortgage rates are often very competitive with regional and local bank mortgage lenders. Chase Bank mortgage rates are no exception to this rule.
Chase Bank originates mortgage loans throughout the U.S. Chase Bank mortgage rates and terms may be different based on the geographic location of the property.
Current Chase Mortgage rates include the following mortgage terms, mortgage rates, costs and APRs for home loans based in Illinois:
Chase Bank mortgage rate on a 30 year fixed rate mortgage is at 4.375% with 0.25 points for a 4.451% APR.
20 year fixed rate mortgage from Chase Bank is at 4.25% with 0.25 points for a 4.354% APR.
15 year fixed rate mortgage from Chase Bank is at 3.75% with 0.50 points and an APR of 3.918%.
For a jumbo loan in the amount of $600,000.00 the Chase Bank mortgage rate for a 30 year term loan is 5.00% with 0.0 points and an APR of 5.023%.
A jumbo mortgage for the 5/1 ARM has a mortgage rate of 3.75% with 0.125 points and a 3.295% APR.
The rate lock period for these Chase Bank mortgage rates is for 60 days. Mortgage loan rates and terms assume the loan includes a tax and insurance escrow. All home loans listed are subject to credit and property approval by the mortgage lender. Other restrictions and limitations apply.
Mortgage rates, points and APRs are based on several factors regarding the loan request, including the property location, loan amount, loan type, occupancy type, property type, loan to value and credit history of the loan applicant.
Not all products are available in all states or for all loan amounts and terms listed.
Mortgage rates listed are based on a property located in Illinois, Chase Bank mortgage rates in California on the 30 year loan were slightly more costly with an increase of .125 points with the same mortgage rate. Chase Bank mortgage rates in Florida for the 30 year loan were the same as California mortgage rates. Chase Bank mortgage rates in Texas were the same as the Chase Bank mortgage rates in Illinois. Chase Bank mortgage rates in Pennsylvania were .125 points cheaper on the 30 year than the Chase Bank mortgage rates in Illinois. Chase Bank mortgage rates in Ohio on a 30 year loan were the same as the Chase Bank mortgage rates in PA. Chase Bank mortgage rates in Michigan had the same pricing as California or 0.125 points higher than Illinois mortgage rates.
Chase Bank mortgage rates in Georgia for a 30 year include a 30 year loan at 4.50% with no points and an APR of 4.553%. Chase Bank mortgage rates in North Carolina for the 30 year loan were the same as Chase mortgage rates in GA.
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