3 easy ways to help you find a good mortgage rate

A good mortgage rate really matters as it means less money to be paid every month and saving thousands of dollars in form of interest. Having said that, it is not easy to get a low mortgage rate as there are various factors that affect the mortgage rate, such as the credit score and from whom you take the loan. Read on to find 3 simple ways to get a great mortgage rate for your next loan.

Maintain an excellent credit score
Current mortgage rates are priced according to your credit score. Your credit score will determine whether you qualify the loan in the first place. Once you are eligible for the loan, your credit score will further determine how much money the lender is willing to give you, and the interest rate that you will be charged. Your credit score and the current mortgage rates always share an inverse relationship, which means that if you have an excellent score then you will easily get a loan at a lower mortgage rate. On the other hand, a bad credit score will increase your mortgage interest rate.
Today, if you have a credit score of around 620, then you will be charged a 5.022% interest, according to the current mortgage rate in the market. If you have a score of 760 or higher, then the current mortgage rate is approximately 3.433%.

Have a stable income source
Before you go to apply for a mortgage, make sure that you have a steady source of income and a stable job. The lenders often check your last two years’ job history and prefer candidates who have an income graph that is shooting up. If you have been unemployed for a long period, then it might negatively affect your mortgage rate.
If you are self-employed, then make sure that you have your income for the past two years well documented because the lenders carry out a stricter investigation when it comes to self-employed loan borrowers.

Comparison shopping
A common mistake that many home buyers make is that they settle for the first lender they come across. It i best to refrain from such a strategy; instead, narrow down the best lenders after personally getting a quote from each of them. After this, you should sit and do an in-depth comparison shopping.

Once you have all the above-listed things checked, you can go ahead and choose a lender who gives you the best mortgage rate.


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