I've been trying to find out about this own my own but can't seem to work it out via search engines, loan/mortgage websites and excel. When I try to work out how much a loan costs, rates like APR ...
I'm looking to buy a home in the next 3 or 4 months. The bank I'm working with has 10 different mortgage rates, currently ranging from 3.5% to 4.625%, with points respectively ranging from 2.875 to ...
I see an offer for a 15 year fixed jumbo at 4.5% with a 4.622% APR while on the some advertisement it shows a 5/1 ARM jumbo at 3.875% with a 3.283% APR. Why is one APR higher and the other lower?