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
Historically low rates on bank CDs continued again this week. Although CD interest rates were little changed by the close of the week, there were no CD terms that displayed an increase in rates and some terms ended with a mild decrease. While CD rates remain quite low, there is a wide discrepancy
Bank rates tumbled modestly for the week ending July 29, 2011.  Unfortunately, CD interest rates absorbed a significant portion of the reductions seen in bank rates this past week.  The reduction in CD interest rates may appear relatively mild but when evaluated based on the existing low levels of bank CD rates; the interest rate
Even with increased volatility in emerging markets and slumping bond prices, the top bank CD rates weathered the storm and held steady going into the final full week of August.  Stock markets, commodity markets, and foreign exchange markets took a tumble in the third week of August as uncertainty over the stability of emerging markets