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Lowest 30 year fixed mortgage rate

3.376%

Lender

Rate

APR

Pts.

LowerMortgage

3.376%

3.431%

0.931

B of A

3.750%

3.811%

0.284

Wells Fargo

3.625%

3.758%

NA

Chase

3.625%

3.704%

NA

Quicken

3.875%

4.124%

1.875

Refinance Your Mortgage at No Cost

Why are Bank Rates so high?

When you lower your rate you will save money.

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About Us


LowerMortgage.net has built a strong reputation as an outstanding mortgage brokerage firm serving the lending needs of consumers and real estate professionals We are a full service mortgage broker licensed in California with an experienced staff offering expertise in every area of mortgage lending, from purchase to refinance. We have access to a full range of mortgage sources and our lending specialists are dedicated to finding the right loan with the best rates, terms and costs to meet our clients unique needs. We provide regular loan updates and progress reports throughout the lending process so clients always know the status of their loan. We take pride in making the loan experience a quick process and often fund loans within 15 working days of the loan application.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide Californian’s with the lowest available mortgage rate, various loan options, and mortgage education to make the best informed decision for their unique situation. Client satisfaction and transparency drives the success of our company.  

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What to Expect When Buying a Home


Buying a home can be both exciting and overwhelming! We work with you and your real estate agent to facilitate a smooth transition to closing. Most real estate contracts allow a 17 day contingency to acquire financing for the property that you intend to purchase. Upon completing an application and gathering the particular processing documents (ie; income, asset verification and insurance), we underwrite the application, request the appraisal and insurance, and coordinate with escrow a closing date. Updates are sent to the borrower, the real estate agent and escrow during the process

What are people saying about us?

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Christina G.



“I was referred to Mark by my accountant who has referred him many times AND continues to refer him because he gets the job done.  From start to finish I knew exactly what was happening, when it was happening and why. He took care of everything.  It was a completely painless process and I came out saving tons with my new mortgage interest rate.  Thank you Mark!”

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Matt F.


“My realtor got me in touch with Mark, and I am so glad he did. I called about 5 different mortgage lenders/brokers, and Mark made me feel comfortable and less anxious about the process. He quickly got me anything I needed and was always helpful in answering questions.”

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Steve A.


“Mark should be the first stop in your hunt for a new home loan or refinance. Not only can he find you the lowest rate for your loan, but he will also walk you through the entire process eliminating any surprises or misconceptions. Mark can quickly analyze your financial profile, pre-qualify you for a loan, or provide you with an estimate of your potential buying power. His extensive knowledge of available loan programs makes him the ideal choice for those buyers with special circumstances.”

Easy steps to financing your new home!

Step 1

Know your income and assets (from recent w2, paystub, bank statement, tax returns, etc) and accurately complete the online application.

Step 2

Receive and review your instant PreApproval letters with various loan options to choose. We are available to answer any of your questions.

Step 3

Include this PreApproval letter with your initial offer to purchase. NOTE: We can always reduce your PreApproval letter to match your purchase offer,

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a mortgage broker do?

A mortgage broker works on the borrower’s behalf to find the lowest rates and best loan program from various lenders. He/she gathers documents, runs credit, submits the loan scenario through an automated underwriting system, locks in an interest rate, and processes the loan until it funds

How does a mortgage broker get paid?

Mortgage brokers can get paid either directly from the lender or directly from the borrower, but not both. When paid directly from the lender, the broker has negotiated a commission between 1 -3% of the loan amount. This commission is included in the interest rate. The higher the negotiated commission, the higher the rate is for the borrower. Our commission is 1.5%. 

How can a mortgage broker offer lower rates than banks?

While a mortgage broker gets paid a commission on each loan, banks pay a loan originator commission, advertising costs, staffing expenses, brick and mortar buildings, and most of all share holder’s profits. A bank’s per loan profit is substantially higher than 2.5% per loan. These higher costs result in higher mortgage rates to the borrower.   

Can a mortgage broker provide a preapproval letter to purchase a home?

Yes! A mortgage broker can gather a borrower’s information, assess their qualifications, and run their application through various underwriting systems to generate a preapproval letter.