Idaho Rate Map
Our Idaho Rate Map shows the mortgage rates borrowers have been getting in different parts of the state. Each “balloon” represents a single mortgage loan where the borrower has chosen to discretely share their loan information.
Clicking on individual markers lets you see the mortgage rates other Idaho borrowers have been able to get with different credit scores, loan-to-value ratios, loan amounts and other factors. The list of options at left can be used to narrow down your choices.
Like to join in? If you recently obtained or refinanced a mortgage and would like to share your rate information anonymously, just click on “Share Your Rate” above the map and fill out the boxes indicated. Your fellow borrowers will appreciate it!
NOTE: MortgageLoan.com cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data provided as it is submitted by our visitors.
As a subprime borrower in Idaho, your task is somewhat more challenging than your perfect-credit counterparts. While you're ready to recover from past credit troubles, some lenders might focus on your past rather than on your future. Your job, therefore, is threefold:
- Talk to as many subprime or bad credit lenders as possible.
- Gather written quotes.
- Analyze quotes with a fine-tooth comb; watch for extra loan fees, balloon payments, and variable interest rates.
Knowing which factors will influence your mortgage loan rate makes your mortgage search far more efficient. First, understand that economic trends tend to determine the range in which mortgage rates will fluctuate. Within that range, your offered rate might depend on:
- How much you want to borrow relative to the home's value. On a purchase or refinance mortgage, you can get the best rate by borrowing 80 percent or less of the home's value.
- Your creditworthiness. Creditworthiness is a lender's term referring to how likely you are to pay the money back on time. The more creditworthy you are, the lower your rate will be.
- How the loan is structured. Mortgages with shorter amortization periods have lower rates than longer-term loans.
Compare Local Mortgages
Whether you hail from the historic town of American Falls or the capital city of Boise, you can find a low rate mortgage for your Idaho property. Comparing Idaho mortgage loan rates is far easier when you make use of mortgage calculators. During your mortgage search, you might need to know which works out better, an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) or a fixed-rate mortgage (FRM). Or you might wonder how much more interest you'd pay if you made interest-only payments for the first year. Both questions, and many more, can be solved quickly with the calculators available at Mortgageloan.com. Your primary concern should be to ensure that you have enough loan offers to compare. Get started in the right direction by contacting several lenders in the Idaho broker directory.