Oklahoma Mortgages and Oklahoma Mortgage Rates
Current Mortgage Rates in Oklahoma. Find the Best Oklahoma Mortgage Loan and Oklahoma Mortgage Rate from the Top Ten Mortgage Lenders. Mortgage Rates in OK. Compare Oklahoma Mortgage Rates by Interest Rate amd Loan Costs. Oklahoma Mortgage Rates October 26, 2015 for Refinances and Home Loan Purchases in Oklahoma. Home Loans Include APRs and Costs.
Oklahoma Mortgage Rate
Bank Mortgage Rate Points APR
Bank America Mortgage Rates
bankofamerica.com
888-799-2841
3.875 0.097 3.958
Commerce Bank Mortgage Rates
commercebank.com
800-903-3210
3.875 0.000 3.933
Nationwide Mortgage Rates
nationwide.com
877-636-0598
3.875 0.125 3.958
Chase Mortgage Rates
chase.com
800-873-6577
3.875 0.000 3.937
RCB Bank Mortgage Rates
rcbbank.com
855-226-5722
4.000 0.000 4.116
Wells Fargo Mortgage Rates
wellsfargo.com
877-937-9357
4.000 0.000 4.021
US Bank Mortgage Rates
usbank.com
800-365-5001
4.000 0.000 4.072
First National Bank of Omaha Mortgage
firstnational.com
877-687-5626
3.875 0.000 3.906
North American Savings Bank Mortgage Rates
nasb.com
800-677-6272
4.000 0.000 4.081
Bank of the West Mortgage Rates
bankofthewest.com
800-488-2265
3.750 0.000 3.823
There was little change among the top CD rates available nationwide for the week ending February 22, 2013.  The recent survey of the best CD rates performed by SelectCDrates.com indicated that the average CD rate across multiple maturities was reduced by just 4/1000ths of a percent from the previous week.  The average CD rate in
CD interest rates offered by banks that are available nationally were little changed for the week ending September 25, 2009.  Short term bank CD rates, six month and one year term CDs, were unchanged while the longer term CD rates, two year and five year terms,  moved in opposite directions by a relatively very small
CD rates took a little swoon downwards after the March Fed meeting concluded this past week.  As many economists and Fed watchers had expected, the Fed statement released at the close of the two day meeting removed the reference to the term patience as it applies to the Fed’s plans to change monetary policy in