Michigan Mortgage Rate
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Michigan Mortgage Rate
Bank Mortgage Rate Points APR
FirstMerit Bank Mortgage Rates
firstmerit.com
800-562-6694
4.375 0.000 4.452
Fifth Third Mortgage Rates Michigan
53.com
866-351-5353
3.500 0.250 3.591
Chemical Bank Mortgage Rates
chemicalbankmi.com
800-867-9757
3.625 0.500 3.702
Wells Fargo Michigan Mortgage Rates
wellsfargo.com
877-937-9357
3.500 0.000 3.572
Chase Michigan Mortgage Rates
chase.com
800-873-6577
3.500 0.000 3.530
Bank America Mortgage Rates Michigan
bankofamerica.com
888-799-2841
3.375 0.614 3.504
Comerica Bank Mortgage Rates Michigan
comericamortgage.com
866-476-6520
3.610 0.000 3.659
BMO Harris Bank Mortgage Rates
harrisbank.com
888-482-3781
3.500 0.125 3.551
Huntington Bank Mortgage Rates
huntington.com
866-917-4351
3.250 1.500 3.468
PNC Bank Mortgage Rates
pnc.com
877-508-3339
3.500 0.000 3.648
Bank rates moved lower for both borrowers and savers for the week ending April 26, 2013 based on the most recent survey of bank rates conducted by SelectCDrates.com.  CD interest rates were down slightly for the week with the majority of the losses in yield coming on the long term maturities. Based on the current survey,
Interest rates on certificates of deposit were lower for the week ending April 10, 2009.  Although CD rates have been on a steady decline throughout the year the rate of decline on bank CD yields was been reduced slightly this week.  The longer term maturities saw the smallest reduction in rates.  On the longer term
Opportunities for investing in high rate certificates of deposit are still available in a variety of markets.  Florida residents for example, have a number of CDs with a range of maturities to choose forms that are appreciably above the national averages.  The best six month CD rate in Florida is over ½ percent higher than