Chase Bank’s best 30 year fixed rate mortgage deals are being offered yesterday (Tuesday, August 13) for 4.375 percent, yielding an APR of 4.481 percent. On Monday the rates were 4.500 percent on the same loan category. Its popular 15-year FRMs are at 3.750 percent with APR of 3.878 percent. On this loan category the rates remain unaltered.
The 5-year ARM loans have been listed at 3.750 percent, yielding the APR at 3.289 percent. Bank has kept the interest rates and also the annual percentage rates here stable on Tuesday. The 7-year ARM interest rates are on the books at 4.125 percent and ARM stand at 3.576 percent. A decrement has been witnessed in this loan category from 4.250 percent to 4.125 percent.
The benchmark 30-year refinance fixed rate loan interest rates at Chase Bank are on the books at 4.500 percent and APR of 4.585 percent. Here too Chase Bank has kept the rates stable at 4.500 percent since Monday.
The short term 15-year refinance fixed rate mortgage interest rates are offered starting at 3.375 percent with APR of 3.165 percent. The 7-year ARMs are published at 3.750 percent, yielding APR of 3.385 percent. The 7-year ARMs’ interest rates have been kept stable and the rates on 5-year ARM mortgage have been cut down to 3.375 percent from 3.500 percent on Tuesday.
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