Shoot Jason Smith an email at email@example.com. He is a veteran loan officer with Primary Residential Mortgage. The rate will depend somewhat on what type of loan you are using - VA, FHA, Conventional, Investment - but for the most part they are the same across the board. Mortgage rates are linked to the 10 yr treasury and as competitive as things are right now, lenders know consumers are savvy and shopping around so they're pretty consistent.
I would also say since rates are pretty consistent, work a loan officer you like and trust. He's got to be a pro because lending is so tight these days - yes, even with a 787 credit score - that you need to be with someone who really knows what they are doing. If you only spend 20 minutes with a loan officer and he tells you you're absolutely qualified without asking to see your documents or without thoroughly going over your credit report, you're with the wrong loan officer.
Whatever you do, stay away from online lending especially the likes of lendingtree.com. If you apply there, they will shotgun your application to 4 different lenders and if you apply to a 5th (or 6th, or 7th) it will cost you 4 points off your credit score each additional credit pull.
Jason will work hard for you - he handles almost half of my clients. I trust him so much I've referred all of my military buddies to him for purchases and refinances. They have all been very appreciative of his efforts.