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How are rates for a 15 yr fixed versus 30?

Please consider my credit score is about 738 and I make $40K per year without bonuses, which have been 15k annually
By hidesert.explorer8943547 from AZ May 7th 2014
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May 7th 2014

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Right not the rate for a 15yr is about 1% lower than a 30yr fixed mortgage. Of course this is all relative to debts and credit scores. I am more than happy to help you with your specific situation if you want to email me or give me a call.Mike HengyMike.Hengy@wjbradley.comwww.mike.hengy.com480-382-4661

May 7th 2014

Tough to give you an exact quote without more information, but Mike is right that the spread between 15 and 30 is about 0.75-1.00% depending on the other factors that we don't know. Feel free to reach out to me for a personalized quote without having to provide personal info or credit card information.

May 7th 2014

Are you talking about a purchase? Refinance? what is the loan to value? 15 year will always be lower obviously, but all factors need to be considered to answer .

May 7th 2014


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