Lower Merion PA Mortgage Rates

Compare current mortgage rates and terms for new home loans in Lower Merion, Pennsylvania. Find a list of mortgage rates and costs from local Lower Merion mortgage lenders on the most popular home loan products in the area. Use the listed mortgage rate data to secure the best interest rate for a new mortgage loan to purchase or refinance a home in Lower Merion, Upper Darby, Haverford, Cheltenham and the surrounding communities in Montco and Southeast Pennsylvania.

The local mortgage lenders serving Lower Merion and the greater metropolitan area offer a variety of mortgage loan products for new borrowers. New home loan borrowers will find traditional fixed rate loans with terms from 10 to 30 years, adjustable rate mortgages with several different fixed rate periods, jumbo mortgage loans, FHA and VA mortgages, rural housing loans, and specialty loans for first time home buyers in the region.

The 30 year fixed rate mortgage is the most common loan product used for purchases and refinances in Lower Merion and throughout the Delaware Valley in Pennsylvania. The local mortgage companies listed below offer some of the most competitive mortgage rates on a 30 year fixed rate loan in the region.

Lower Merion PA Mortgage Rates
Palm Bay Mortgage Lender Mortgage Rate Points APR
National Penn 30 Year Mortgage Rates
nationalpenn.com
800-822-3321
3.500 0.000 3.581
Santander Bank 30 Yr Mortgage Rate
santanderbank.com
877-729-4801
3.875 0.000 4.036
BBT Bank 30 Year Mortgage Rates
bbt.com
888-946-8730
3.375 0.500 3.454
Citizens Bank 30 YearMortgage Rates
citizensbank.com
888-514-2300
3.625 0.000 3.668
Fulton 30 Year Mortgage Rates
fultonmortgagecompany.com
800-220-9034
3.625 0.500 3.698
First Merit 30 Year Mortgage Rates
firstmerit.com
800-562-6694
4.375 0.000 4.452
WesBanco 30 Year Mortgage Rates
wesbanco.com
800-328-3369
4.125 0.000 4.189
Valley National Bank 30 Year Mortgage Rates
valleynationalbank.com
800-522-4100
3.500 0.500 3.565
Susquehanna Bank 30 Year Mortgage Rates
susquehanna.net
855-684-5626
4.000 0.000 4.083


All mortgage loan programs and mortgage rates are subject to change at any time. The mortgage rates presented are for informational purposes, individual mortgage rates will depend on the type of loan selected, the loan to value or down payment amount, the credit history of the borrower, property type, as well as other conditions. All loan products subject to lender approval. Other terms, conditions and restrictions may apply.

Additional mortgage rates and terms are available from the listed mortgage lenders. Other loan options for borrowers in the area include a wide selection of low and no closing cost refinance programs. For those current homeowners wishing to refinance there are many options available, even for borrowers who have less-than-perfect credit

Along with some of the most competitive mortgage rates in the region, the lenders listed that serve Lower Merion offer local service and attention. Prospective borrowers can contact one or more of these lenders for advice on the best mortgage loan program for their needs, monthly mortgage payment information, assistance with the loan application process and more.

The mortgage information presented is believed to be reliable but may have changed since this publication date, the information is not guaranteed.

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