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West Virginia Mortgages at a glance

Average 25th Percentile 50th Percentile 75th Percentile
Loan Amount $146,024 $102,500 $125,000 $177,500
Property Values $189,946 $112,500 $172,500 $220,000
Average LTV 80.5%
Percent Refinance 69.7%
Pct of Refis Cashout 15.6%

West Virginia Mortgage Rates

From Barboursville to Williamstown, West Virginia has some wonderful communities to call home. You've chosen to hang your hat, now you need to find the best rate mortgage available.

Mortgageloan.com can assist you throughout the mortgage search, with reliable content, accurate mortgage calculators, and current interest rate tables. When you're ready to start shopping for your loan needs, you can access our thorough directory of qualified West Virginia brokers. Or simply ask for a no-obligation quote online, and have competing offers delivered to you. Here's your roadmap to shopping for low rate mortgage loans:

  • Educate yourself about the options.
  • Clarify your objectives.
  • Shop around.
  • Crunch the numbers.

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Rate Map for West Virginia

What are mortgage rates like in your area? Our West Virginia 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.

Conforming Mortgages

The U.S. government supports the mortgage industry by providing mortgage lenders with a source of funding. Two entities do this primarily: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Fannie and Freddie are chartered to support only a certain segment of the population-low- and middle-class households. To ensure that these households receive the benefit of Fannie and Freddie's activities, the government maintains a set of criteria defining the mortgages it will support. These are called conforming mortgages. These mortgages carry lower interest rates than non-conforming mortgages. The qualification criteria include maximum borrower debt-to-income ratio, maximum loan-to-value, and maximum loan amount, among other things.

Second Mortgages

If you have sufficient equity and income, you can take out a second mortgage to convert your home equity into cash. There are two forms of second mortgages-a fixed-rate loan or an adjustable-rate line of credit. Common uses for home equity loans include home improvement projects and business start-up costs. The home equity line of credit (HELOC) can be used to cover timing differences between household bills and household income. Lenders set your maximum approved loan limit by applying a percentage of the value of your home, less the balance on your first mortgage. The percentage used varies by lender and by economic conditions, but generally ranges from 75 percent to 125 percent.

Comparing

As a prospective mortgage borrower, you should compare financing options at each stage of your mortgage search:

  • Before you begin contacting lenders, you can read up on mortgage types available and market interest rates. See Mortgageloan.com's News & Advice page for further information.
  • As you start collecting mortgage rate quotes, compare your offers against market rates and each other. You can generate quotes by contacting lenders in our West Virginia directory, or by using Mortgageloan.com's rate quote service.
  • Once you receive several mortgage offers, analyze them in detail with mortgage calculators. Use Mortgageloan.com's free calculators to compare the fixed-rate offer to the adjustable-rate offer, or to decide if now really is the right time to refinance.

With Mortgageloan.com resources to guide you, your efforts will lead you to a competitively priced mortgage loan.