Rate Map for New Hampshire
This New Hampshire Rate Map lets you see what sort of mortgage rates other borrowers around the state have been able to obtain. Each individual marker represents a single mortgage loan.
Use the map to find out what sort of mortgage rates borrowers were able to get in with various credit scores, loan amounts, loan-to-value ratios and other factors, and in various communities around the state.
This rate map project is our effort to help make the mortgage process more transparent for all borrowers. If you’d like to participate, just click on the “Share Your Rate” link above the map to anonymously share the mortgage rate you were able to get on a recent loan. Your fellow consumers will thank you!
NOTE: MortgageLoan.com cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data provided as it is submitted by our visitors.
You might be thinking about a mortgage refinance if your existing mortgage no longer suits your needs. A refinance can allow you to:
- Lower your monthly payment. You can lower your payment when market rates are less than your existing rate. You might also get a lower payment by lengthening your loan's maturity.
- Raise a sum of cash. A cash-out refinance can help you raise funding for a home improvement project, debt consolidation, college tuition, or other one-time expense. To do this, you need to have equity and would borrow more than you owe on your current mortgage.
Comparison of Types
- Adjustable-rate mortgages appeal to borrowers who need a low monthly payment in the early months of the loan. The risk is that the interest rate will be adjusted upwards over time.
- Fixed-rate mortgages appeal to borrowers who like the security of a set interest rate and set payment amount.
- Home equity loans and home equity lines of credit are both types of second mortgages. Home equity loans have fixed interest, while lines of credit have an adjustable rate.
Shopping for Mortgages
Are you ready to start comparison shopping for New Hampshire's best mortgage rates? Try this step-by-step approach:
- Review/compare New Hampshire rates
- Visit the New Hampshire broker directory
- Budget for payments/review amortization tables
- Contact lenders and brokers to request quotes
After you submit a loan application, you'll receive a written commitment letter with the proposed loan terms. Take care that you compare these quotes on an equivalent basis. Some mortgage rate quotes, for example, may include points, while others may be quoted without points. Also, don't be surprised if the rate that you're offered is different from a lender's advertised rate, which are offered to buyers with the best credit and income qualifications. If you have bad credit, take a moment to review New Hampshire rates by credit quality here.