For those who qualify for the very best deals of all, PNC Bank (NYSE:PNC) has been one of the leading providers of low mortgage rates for quite some time now, with refinance and home purchase packages of the highest possible quality and value. Indeed, this Friday looks to be once again heading the same way, with week-long fluctuation having been all but ironed out to return PNC to an early week level of value, which was course incredibly attractive to say the very least.
For those looking to PNC Bank to assist with a new or used home purchase, the standard 30 year fixed rate deal can be locked in for as low as 3.875% and APR amounting to 4.024%, while the alternative of the 15 year deals can be taken home for 3.250% and APR of 3.398%.
The slightly less conventional though equally high value 20 year fixed rate purchase loan is today at 3.750% and APR of 3.869%, while the particularly short 10 year fixed rate loan is now at 3.250% and APR of 3.254%.
Moving now on to some of the most popular refinance options, PNC is today offering the 30 year fixed rate refinance loan for 4.500% and APR of 4.503% ,while the 15 year loan on the other hand can be taken out for 3.875% and APR of 3.894%.
Even the market predictions of the most high-level analysts are at this stage nothing more than modestly educated guesses, given the overwhelming instability across the board in relation to domestic and international factors. As such, there is little too no way of telling which way the rates will be heading over the coming days and weeks, with borrowers being reminded once again to act soon in order to avoid potential disappointment.