Third Federal Savings & Loan is offering a promotional rate of 2.79% (3.01% APR) on a 10-year fixed-rate mortgage through 03.03.2012. This product is available in select Ohio, Kentucky, and Florida markets only. Click here for more information.
Berkshire Bank is offering a promotion on its 15-year and 30-year fixed rate mortgages. For a limited time only, the bank is offering a rate of 3.125% (3.143% APR) on a 15-year loan and a rate of 3.875% (3.885% APR) on a 30-year loan with no points. A Berkshire Bank personal checking account is required to be eligible for this offer. The promotional rates are available on loan amounts up to $417,000. Click here for more information.
Landmark Credit Union is offering a fixed rate of 2.75% APR on a home equity line of credit through 01.01.2013. Thereafter, the rate will adjust to as low as prime with a floor rate of 3.99% APR. There is no annual fee and no closing costs on credit lines of $10,000 or greater. Click here for more information.
Wells Fargo announced the reduction of interest rates on its fixed-rate student loan products ranging from 0.25% to 0.51%. Students may qualify for rates as low as 6.24%. In addition to the new rate reduction, borrowers may qualify for additional discounts including a rate discount up to 0.50% with an existing customer relationship. Click here for more information.
The initial rate for SDCCU's new 5/5 adjustable-rate mortgage is fixed for the first five years at 3.500% (3.694% APR) with 0.375 points. After that, the rate can adjust no more than 2% and is fixed for another five years. Click here for more information.
MetLife Home Loans is offering rates as low as 3.93% APR on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage. This APR reflects an interest rate and approximate cost of prepaid finance charges, including up to 1% of loan amount to be applied to the origination charge and does not include other closing costs or discount points. Click here for more information.