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US Bank, PHH Mortgage Mortgage Interest Rates Dip May 24, 2017

PHH Mortgage

30 year fixed rate loans can be had for 3.750% at PHH Mortgage today and an APR of 3.837%.  Popular 15 year fixed rate mortgage interest rates at the bank stand at 3.375% and an APR of 3.560%.  

10 year FRMs have been offered at 3.125% and APR of 3.391%.  20 year fixed rate mortgage interest rates are on the books at 3.720% today and an APR of 3.866%.  

5/1 ARM loans at PHH stand at 3.375% yielding an APR of 3.881% to start.  7 year Adjustable Rate Mortgages start at 3.540% currently carrying an APR of 3.887%.  10/1 ARMs are 3.750% today showing an APR of 3.950%.  

Refinance Loans

Standard 30 year refinance loan interest rates at PHH are being offered for 3.50% and APR of 3.723%.  Shorter term, popular 15 year refinance fixed rate mortgage interest rates at the bank are available starting at 2.75% and an APR of 3.239%.  The 7/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage interest rates are 2.625%  yielding an APR of 3.141% to start.

Chase, US Bank Mortgage Interest Rates Improve May 28, 2017

The 5/1 ARMS are on the books at 3.250% at Chase Bank with an APR of 3.605%.  The 7 year ARM loans have been quoted at 3.500%  with a starting APR of 3.684%.  

Refinance Loans

The benchmark 30 year refinance fixed rate loans are on the books at 3.750% at Chase Bank today yielding an APR of 3.853%.  The short term, popular 15 year refinance fixed rate loans at the bank have been quoted at 3.000% and APR of 3.145%.  The 5/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage interest rates have been quoted at 3.250% at Chase Bank. showing an APR of 3.493%.  The 7/1 ARM loans are published at 3.500%  and the APR is 3.581%.  

DOW and Stock Market Results

Refinance interest rates move up and down often because of MBS’s that roughly follow motions in the stock market.  Overall markets went up by market close to leave the DJIA at 21066.00.  

Can a Canadian obtain a mortgage from a US bank for a house in Canada?

With US mortgage rate dropping and a strong Canadian dollar, I am interested in finding out if I can have a portion or all of my mortgage from an American bank. Is this feasible? Please advise.


Yes this is possible many banks lend in multiple countries. This is more prevelant in the residential market.