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Snowfever, Home Buyer in Girard, OH

What's the interest rate for 30 years?

Asked by Snowfever, Girard, OH Sun Mar 17, 2013

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Hi Snowfever,
Unfortunately without more details you could have 10 people answer your question, get 10 different answers, and none of them would be accurate.

The interest rate you can qualify for is based primarily on 3 things: Your credit score, your down payment, and your employment (income). Also, whether or not you intend to live in the home (as opposed to renting it out)

In general, the lower the credit score and down payment, the higher the rate will be and vice versa.

We are a national lender and work with a lot of buyers such as yourself. I'd be glad to provide you a detailed quote based on your personal qualifications. it takes 10 minutes over the phone or via email.


Tony Grech

Loan Officer -NMLS #966417

WCS Lending, LLC


Toll Free: 866.936.5363 ext. 278
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 18, 2013
What is your current:
1. Debt to income ratio
2. Credit History
3. How many lines of Credit do you have open
4. What is your annual income

These are just a few of the components that will provide you your current interest rate. Click on the "Mortgage" Tab above and fill out a loan application and you will receive the information you are looking for.
Web Reference: http://www.GetSoldOKC.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 18, 2013
The interest rate the lender gives you is dependent upon your credit score, your down payment and the type of loan that fits your financial situation. It can be as low as 3.9%. Or much higher. The Marino Home Team has numerous outstanding lenders who have done remarkable jobs for our clients.
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