Mortgage Rates Today at AIG Bank

You might have seen the headlines about average mortgage rates today making all-time record lows again. One lender, AIG Bank, is advertising current conforming mortgage rates below the record breaking low averages. The rates AIG Bank is advertising is for both home purchases and refinances.

Advertised conforming 30 year mortgage rates today at AIG Bank are at 3.50 percent with an APR of 3.557 percent. Today's mortgage rates on 30 year mortgages are slightly higher averaging 3.66 percent.




Today's mortgage rates on both FHA mortgage loans and VA mortgage loans at AIG Bank are advertised at 3.55 percent with an APR of 4.182 percent. The current national average FHA mortgage rate on 30 year loans is also at 3.55 percent according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

30 year jumbo bank mortgage rates in the MBA's mortgage survey are at 3.98 percent. Current jumbo mortgage rates advertised at AIG Bank are slightly higher at 4.25 percent with an APR of 4.287 percent. On our rate tables you can actually find 30 year jumbo mortgage rates lower than both the average rate and AIG Bank's jumbo rate.

Mortgage rates current on AIG Bank 15 year conforming loans are advertised at 2.875 percent which is below the current national average 15 year mortgageĀ rate of 3.04 percent. The APR on AIG Bank's 15 year loans are at 3.006 percent, also below the national average.

Mortgage Rates Today at AIG Bank



  • 30-Year Fixed Rate 3.50% APR 3.56%

  • 30-Year Fixed FHA and VA Rate 3.50% APR 4.18%

  • 15-Year Fixed Rate 2.88% APR 3.01%

  • 30-Year Fixed Jumbo Rate 4.25% APR 4.29%

  • 15-Year Fixed Jumbo Rate 3.38% APR 3.44%

  • 5/1 ARM Rate 2.63% APR 3.17%

  • 5/1 Jumbo ARM Rate 2.88% APR 3.40%


As with any advertised mortgage rates or refinance rates there are assumptions with the rates listed above. You can get your own mortgage loan rate quote by going to aigbank.com. You can also get a list of current AIG Bank mortgage rates.

To search and compare current mortgage rates and current refinance rates from dozens of lenders in your state use our rate tables below.
 
 
Author: Jason P. Jones
July 18th, 2012
Posted in: Bank Mortgage Rates