Here at The Mortgage Partner we make every effort in keeping our information accurate; however, due to daily changes in interest rates, financial regulations, and mortgage programs, the details on this website are for informational purposes only, and are not necessarily accurate, complete or relevant for today’s mortgage conditions. The loan programs and terms on MortgagePartner.com are all subject to approval according to the applicant’s credit, income, debt, and personal situation. These loan programs and terms are subject to change without notice, including access to and use of the information provided on this site.
Because of individual financial and personal circumstances, and the geographical nature of mortgage loans, all products and services, including fees, regulations, and rates may vary. The Mortgage Partner, Inc. will not be held liable, in any way, for damages or loss, indirect or consequential, including the loss of information, data, or money, because of the use of this website.
While facts found on this website provides you an overall understanding of what loan programs are available, the most reliable way to determine your ability to acquire a mortgage loan, with its accompanying interest rate and fees, is to discuss your personal financial situation and desired outcome with a mortgage professional, who can identify the best program, and outline the available interest rates, fees and requirements to close your loan.
Monthly payment amounts, APRs, fees, rates, points, and loan origination data provided on MortgagePartner.com are examples only, and based on limited information. You can review our rate assumption page to identify how we base examples of fees and costs associated with loan programs. These online examples do not include monthly mortgage insurance premiums—if they are required for your loan type, property taxes, and homeowner’s insurance. Other factors that help determine the final terms of your loan include:
As well as additional circumstances that are unique to your situation. Each of these components may cause your loan payment to increase or decrease.
If you have chosen an ARM loan, you have the possibility of a rise in your mortgage rate annually, after a fixed initial period. For example, a 5/1 ARM would include a five year fixed interest rate, and a possible annual increase until the maximum interest rate has been reached.