26 March 2013 San Antonio VA Mortgage Rates For Air Force Families

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Here is the 26 March 2013 San Antonio mortgage rates from Homewood Mortgage.

San Antonio Texas Purchase & Refinance Mortgage Rates

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30 yr Conventional 3.625% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination15 yr Conventional 2.75% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination20 yr Conventional 3.5% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination10 yr Conventional 2.75% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

30 yr FHA 3.25% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

15 yr FHA 2.75% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

30 yr USDA 3.25% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

30 yr VA 3.25% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

15 yr VA 2.875% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

Jumbo 30 yr Fixed 3.75% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

Jumbo 15 yr Fixed 3.125% – 0 Discounts Points – 0 Origination

Jumbo 10/1 ARM 3.5% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

Jumbo 7/1 ARM 3.0% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

Jumbo 5/1 ARM 2.625% – 0 Discount Points – 0 Origination

 

* These rates are based on a estimated loan amount of $190,000 or above and roughly 3.625% to 4% APR depending on loan program. Rates are also subject to change without notice. FHA requires 3.5% down. Conventional requires 5% down. Jumbo requires 20% down up to $1Million. Jumbo APR is estimated 4% Some rates are based on a 740 credit score or higher. Some loans require lower LTV, call for details.
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