Mortgage rates aren't sky-high in Big Sky country
I decided to see how much home loans cost in the wide-open spaces of Montana today, and so I went mortgage shopping in Great Falls -- population 59,251.
I found some pretty good deals, including three lenders offering 30-year, fixed-rate loans for well under 4%.
As always, I was looking for the most favorable combination of low mortgage rates and reasonable fees.
These offers require you to pay no points and loan origination fees of less than $2,000 -- exactly what anyone trying to buy or refinance a home should be looking for to control their up-front costs and keep monthly payments low.
Compare my picks with the best rates from other banks and finance companies in our database.
Our research provides real-time, accurate data on loans in Great Falls, across Montana and throughout the country.
See if you can beat these deals.
Great Falls Mortgage Rates
|Lender||30-year fixed||15-year fixed||5-year ARM|
|Roundpoint Mortgage Co.||3.990%||3.250%||N/A|
|First Internet Bank||4.000%||3.125%||2.750%|
Remember that rates change daily.
These quotes are from the end of the business day on March 28, 2012, to borrow $210,000 for the purchase of a home with a 20% down payment.