We are watching your loan. Because the lender is not.
Big lenders are busy doing between 1000 and 10,000 loans per month. They may not have time to help you understand what it means to lock your rate (and the sales people who work for lenders probably don’t know either). Let’s go over what a rate lock means.
– News affecting today’s rates.
– National average rates for today.
– Historical data for the 30-year mortgage.
With our access to minute-by-minute updates to bond pricing data (provided by Mortgage News Daily), we can watch your loan closer than any lender.