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Arkansas Mortgages at a glance

Average 25th Percentile 50th Percentile 75th Percentile
Loan Amount $137,551 $101,250 $115,000 $157,500
Property Values $172,653 $107,500 $147,500 $205,000
Average LTV 82.9%
Percent Refinance 67.5%
Pct of Refis Cashout 16.7%

Arkansas Mortgage Rates

In Arkansas, finding the lowest rate mortgage available will take some research and organization. Arkansas mortgages can be organized into three general types: fixed-rate mortgages (FRMs), adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), and second mortgages. Within these general categories, there are many variations. For that reason, locating and evaluating those options can be a chore-perhaps even more than choosing the perfect hiking trail. Focus your research early on by thinking about what kind of cost savings would be most beneficial to you. Do you need to have a low monthly payment? Or would you rather save on your overall interest costs?

You can use the resources on MortgageLoan.com to sharpen your mortgage knowledge, and prepare yourself to make the best decision possible. These resources allow you to:

  • Compare rates by loan type
  • Determine how much loan you can afford
  • Understand how amortization works
  • Find suitable Arkansas brokers

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Arkansas Rate Map

What are mortgage rates like in your area? Our Arkansas Rate Map provides rate information on individual mortgage loans obtained by borrowers just like you all across the state! Each colored marker represents a single loan – click on one to get information on the mortgage rate, loan amount, loan-to-value ratio and more.

To further refine your search, you can use the list of options at left to sort results by credit score and location.

This rate map project is part of our effort to make the mortgage process more transparent for all borrowers. If you found it useful in negotiating a mortgage and would like to anonymously add your own loan information, just click on “Share Your Rate” above the map. Your fellow borrowers will thank you!

NOTE: MortgageLoan.com cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data provided as it is submitted by our visitors.

Overview of Mortgages and Mortgage Rates

Here's a quick refresher on the types of mortgage loans available in Arkansas. FRMs are stable and low-risk, because the interest rate and payment amount don't change. The most common structure is the 30-year fixed loan, but some lenders offer lower rate 15-year and 20-year FRMs, as well. ARMs begin with a low monthly payment, but are subject to rate increases over time. Second mortgages usually have higher rates than first mortgages. They include fixed-rate home equity loans and adjustable rate lines of credit.

Refinance Mortgages

Refinancing can help you convert home equity into cash, or lower your payment and save you money. You can cash out your home equity by borrowing more than you owe on your existing mortgage. Although you may end up with a higher payment, you will also generate a lump sum of cash to use as you wish. If you need a lower payment, the easiest way is to refinance to a lower rate mortgage. Unfortunately, this isn't always possible. You might achieve the same result, though, by refinancing to a longer loan term.

Comparing Mortgages

Comparison shopping is the best way to locate a competitively priced Arkansas mortgage. Here are the steps:

  1. Review and compare Arkansas lender rates
  2. Determine how much loan you can afford
  3. Contact Arkansas lenders and brokers
  4. Submit loan applications
  5. Compare lender quotes

You won't receive a written statement of terms until after you submit a loan application. Review your quotes carefully, particularly if one has a much lower interest rate than the others. This could mean that you'll need to pay points up front, or that the mortgage has a riskier structure. Also, don't be surprised if your quoted rates differ from advertised rates; advertised rates are given only to the most qualified borrowers. If you have bad credit, it might be helpful to review lender rates by credit profile.