The vast majority of major US lenders have recently reacted to Eurozone developments by way of a number of minor though very real increases in mortgage rates, though examples such as PNC Bank (NYSE:PNC) have more than adequately retained incredible value across the board. Indeed, it appear that it will take a great deal more than the odd fluctuation here and there to really cancel out the incredible reductions seen of late, though it must not be ignored that the very best time to secure an incredible home purchase or refinance deal may indeed be right now.
For those looking to purchase a new or used home with the help of PNC Bank, this Thursday morning sees the 30 year fixed rate deal being offered at a rate of 3.750% and an APR of 3.940%, while the equally poplar 15 year deal can be locked in for 3.250% and APR of 3.380%.
20 year deals for home purchase can today be locked in at a rate of 3.750% and APR of 3.826%, while the shorter 10 year term carries a rate of 3.250% and yields an APR of 3.227%.
Moving now on to the refinance deals of notable mention, PNC is today offering the standard 30 year fixed rate package at a rate of 4.500% and an APR amounting to 4.492%, while those looking for the 15 year refinance alternative will find PNC’s at a rate of 3.875% and APR of 3.876%.
Of course, it has been acknowledged by analysts and observers across the board that further reductions are always a distinct possibility, but with talk being centered mainly around the possibility of increases, procrastination on the part of the borrower may once again prove to be costly.