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Is 3.875 a good rate for a 30 year refinance at 85% LTV? I have a credit score of 810

by jimand_566_696 from Warrenville, Illinois. Dec 31st 2012 Reply


What is the loan amount? It would be tough to tell you yes or no, plus we are all going to tell you to shop around anyway. If you would like a comparison, feel free to reach out to me by email at geofrey.merino@flagstar.com. I would be happy to provide you with a comparison.Geofrey Merino geofrey.merino@flagstar.com

Dec 31st 2012
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I am a Local Illinois lender located in Schaumburg. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to compare your options. I would need just a few more pieces of info to give you a proper quote. Since you are above 80% LTV, that puts you in PMI territory, but then again you may qualify for a HARP refinance with no PMI required. barb.lanis@1amllc.com 1st Advantage Mortgage

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Hi jimand, thanks for the question. It depends on the type of refinance you're doing and how much the lender is making on the deal. With your score and LTV I'd say you should be able to obtain a rate of 3.50% or better as of today. I'd be able to give you an additional rate reduction if we solidify something this week - please contact me if you would like a more thorough second opinion. Thanks. Sam at www.silvercreekfinance.com

Dec 31st 2012
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if it's an owner occupied, single family, no cash out refi, you should be able to get closer to 3.375% on a 45 day lock.

Dec 31st 2012
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I'd say it is likely you can do a little better. I work for a local lender and can easily assist you. Please call or e mail me and I can get your questions answered.

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Lots of variables in that rate, assuming it is a HARP eligible loan I'd likely be quoting something lower than that as your best option - as I expect others would as well.

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Historically speaking...absolutely. Happy New Year!

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