Washington Mortgage Rates
Find Current Washington Mortgage Rates for Fixed Rate Home Loans. Review the Latest Washington Mortgage Rates from the Top 10 Bank Mortgage Lenders in Washington. Compare all Mortgage Rates in Washington. 30 Year Mortgage Rates in Washington Listed by Bank Mortgage Lender. Washington Mortgage Rates and Home Loan Rates Current as of October 26, 2015.
Washington Mortgage Rates
Bank Mortgage Rate Points APR
UMPQUA Bank Mortgage Rates
umpquabank.com
866-486-7782
3.500 1.000 3.648
Bank America Mortgage Rates
bankofamerica.com
888-799-2841
3.375 0.614 3.504
Nationwide Mortgage Rates
nationwide.com
877-636-0598
3.500 0.125 3.490
Wells Fargo Mortgage Rates Washington
wellsfargo.com
877-937-9357
3.500 0.000 3.572
Cathay Bank Mortgage Rates
cathaybank.com
800-646-6383
3.500 0.000 3.540
Chase Mortgage Rates Washington
chase.com
800-873-6577
3.500 0.000 3.530
Bank of the West Mortgage Rates
bankofthewest.com
800-488-2265
3.500 0.625 3.623
US Bank Washington Mortgage Rates
usbank.com
877-303-1639
3.625 0.000 3.695
Zions Bank Mortgage Rates
zionsbank.com
877-727-8893
4.250 0.000 4.306
BBT Bank Mortgage Rates
bbt.com
888-946-8730
3.375 0.500 3.454
Bank rates fell…….through the floor this week.  Fortunately, the full impact was not absorbed in CD interest rates although, in the coming days bank CD rates are sure to drop further.  The European debt crisis not only refused to go away but appears to be bigger than ever.  The combination of more problems with European
CD rates crawled slightly higher after markets concerns over the government debt ceiling, a government shutdown, Mideast tension, Obama Care, NSA spying, dramatic increases in domestic oil production and more Miley Cyrus antics appeared to pass us by without a major incidence.  The credit and fixed income markets saw quite a bit of volatility during
The Federal Funds Rate is the interest rate at which private financial institutions such as banks lend their reserves held at the Federal Reserve to other financial institutions overnight for short term needs. A bank or other financial institution lends out most of the money deposited with it but also is obligated by law to keep