Connecticut Mortgage Rates
Refinance & FHA Home Loans

Connecticut residents are offered low rate home mortgage loans for refinance & cash out. Borrowers can select from FHA, VA & 2nd mortgages. East Coast applicants are offered discounted mortgage rates for fixed rate refinancing. Our Connecticut mortgage lenders provide reduced rate refinancing all types of home mortgages in Connecticut. We offer first mortgage loans for purchase or refinance and we provide second mortgages for consolidating credit card debt and loans that have higher interest rates. Borrowers across the North-East continue to seek fixed rate solutions for their adjustable rate mortgages that have begun to reset with higher monthly payments. The recent FHA reform legislation raised the existing loan restrictions from $362,000 to at least $417,000. This may help thousands of Connecticut homeowners qualify for a fixed rate refinance loan.

Take advantage of our home loans to finance home improvements.

Local Tips From The Underwriting Mortgage Pros: Imagine getting $50,000 for some major home improvement projects, but not having to pay interest on the money until you actual spend the cash. Home equity lines allow you to only pay interest on the money you need at the time. - T. Johnson , Connecticut Mortgage Broker at Country Home Loans

Important New Connecticut Finance Laws:

  • 05-23, Act Preventing Bank or Credit Union Impersonation and Misleading Advertisements - Effective October 1, 2005.
  • 05-111, Act Requiring the Disclosure of Certain Information by Investment Advisers - Effective October 1, 2005.
Second Mortgage Loan Volumes Rise Across Connecticut:

Connecticut continues to show stable home values.
Many East Coast cities like Hartford, Stamford and New Haven continue to see stable home values, with slight decreases in pocket areas across the North-East.

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125% Second Mortgage Loans

100% VA Home Loans for Retired Vets

Consolidate 1st and 2nd Mortgages Together for one low rate payment

Tax Deductible 2nd Home Mortgages

NO PMI & No Mortgage Insurance
CT First Time Homeowners OK
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Connecticut State Loans

With home values leveling off for most of the North Eastern Atlantic states, evaluating your interest rates are critical.

Connecticut Home Equity Loan Rates -Are your Home Equity Credit Line Interest Rates Rising? Lock the rate of your variable HELOC and get a fixed payment and fixed term equity loan.

2nd mortgage Connecticut application volumes have been on the rise in Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury and Greenwich.

It may be your last chance to refinance your adjustable rate mortgage or take out a fixed second mortgage at a competitive home equity rates.

Mortgage Market News and Real Estate Updates

Connecticut's Real Gross State Product increased by 2.6 % in 2006, with gains of 0.5% and 2.0% expected in 2007-08, reaching $188.8 billion in the fourth quarter of 2008. Real personal income rose 2.5% in 2006 and is expected to advance by 4.7% and 2.8% in 2007-08. The U.S. housing recession has affected Connecticut with non-prime loans exposure at or slightly below the national level. Rising delinquency and foreclosure numbers are possible through 2008, while stagnant or falling financial services bonus income could constrict spending in late 2007 and 2008.

The real estate market should benefit from reduced mortgage rates in 2008 and full recovery is expected by 2009. FHA home mortgage should help thousands of homeowners who find themselves behind on their mortgage payments. The FHA secure loans will help many borrowers get out of their variable rate mortgage and into a fixed rate loan that works with your budget.

 

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