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Reach out to multiple lenders to see how much you could save. It pays to compare your options.

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  • Offers full online mortgage application, rate quotes, document upload and loan tracking.
  • Uses manual underwriting to evaluate creditworthiness, in some cases.
  • Read our New American Funding review
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at New American Funding

  • Caters to self-service users who want to apply for a home loan online and talk to a human only as necessary.
  • Estimates the loan amount you’ll qualify for within minutes.
  • Streamlines the online process with document and asset retrieval capabilities, including the ability to edit your preapproval letter.
  • Read our Rocket Mortgage, LLC review
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at Rocket Mortgage, LLC

  • A good variety of loan types and products.
  • A mobile-friendly application process.
  • Read our AmeriSave review
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at AmeriSave

In order to pick the best lender for you, first decide what kind of loan you’re looking for, what type of service and lending experience you expect, and then see how several lenders compare side by side. What’s most important to you? Face-to-face service, an online experience, credit score flexibility? The mortgage-lending landscape is a crowded field that includes traditional lenders like Bank of America, online mortgage lenders such as Better Mortgage, credit unions like Navy Federal Credit Union, regional banks like SunTrust, mortgage brokers acting as middlemen, and more. Once you’re ready, be sure to contact multiple lenders to compare mortgage rates and lender fees. If you follow these steps, you’ll be able to find the best lender for you.

5.22%: This week's 30-year-fixed-rate

4.59%: This week's 15-year-fixed-rate

Historical averages are based on Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey®