Mortgage Rates Today, Tuesday, June 28: Hitting the Brexit Bottom

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The Brexit effect may be waning already. Since last week’s news that Britain was leaving the European Union, lenders have been aggressively discounting their mortgage rates. Tuesday was a split decision. Some major banks have already begun marking up their loan terms, while others were still adjusting their rates downward. The result: Average rates are incrementally lower Tuesday on 30- and 15-year fixed loans, while up a notch for 5/1 ARMs.

However, this reverses a unanimous decision by lenders over the last two days to lower rates — and may signal the bottom for now.

The NerdWallet Mortgage Rate Index compiles annual percentage rates — lender interest rates plus fees — the most accurate way for consumers to compare rates. Here are Tuesday’s average rates for the most popular loan terms:

Purchase Mortgage Rates: June 28, 2016

(Change from 6/27)

30-year fixed: 3.63% APR (-0.01)

15-year fixed: 3.02% APR (-0.01)

5/1 ARM: 3.32% APR (+0.01)

 

Refinance Mortgage Rates: June 28, 2016

30-year fixed: 3.71% APR

15-year fixed: 3.04% APR

5/1 ARM: 3.34% APR

Homeowners looking to lower their mortgage rate can shop refinance lenders here.

Wells Fargo, Chase and BOA mortgage rates

Three major components of the NerdWallet Mortgage Rate Index are leading lenders Wells Fargo, Chase and Bank of America. Their current purchase mortgage rates are:

Bank Mortgage Rates 6/28

 30-year fixed15-year fixed5/1 ARM
Wells Fargo3.68% APR3.05% APR3.38% APR
Chase3.44% APR2.80% APR3.32% APR
Bank of America3.68% APRN/A3.31% APR

NerdWallet daily mortgage rates are an average of the lowest published APR for each loan term offered by a sampling of major national lenders. Annual percentage rate quotes reflect an interest rate plus points, fees and other expenses, providing a more accurate view of the costs a borrower might pay.

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Hal Bundrick is a staff writer at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: hal@nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @halmbundrick