PNC Bank: Slight Mortgage Rate Changes for Today As Bank Reaches $40.18B Market Worth

Mortgage Rate Changes for Today at PNCThe 30 Year Fixed Rate category at PNC bank (NYSE:PNC) increased at the standing rate of 4.500% with a corresponding APR of 4.586%.

The purchase rates have been based on a “$200,000 property located in the city of Chicago, IL” and “given a “30 day lock,” “debt-to-income ratio below 40%,” among other assumptions.

The popular 15 Year Fixed Rate is available to borrowers at the rate of 3.250% with a corresponding APR value of 3.499%.

The 10 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage remains at 3.000% today with an increased APR value of 3.358%.

Rates and payments quoted above are based on loans secured by property in the city of Chicago, IL. Rates and payments, closing costs and points vary by property location, loan type and individual borrower credit and income characteristics.

Please see the lenders website or speak to a mortgage specialist at your closest PNC branch for more detailed information.

The refinance rates for PNC bank are available at the following rates for November 12, 2013.

Today, the benchmark 30 Year Refinance increased to a rate of 4.625% with a corresponding APR of 4.700%.

Borrowers interested in the popular 15 Year Refinance rate, it can be had for 3.500% today with a corresponding APR of 3.638%

The 10 Year Fixed Rate Refinance with the lender is listed for a varying rate of 3.250% today. The APR is at 3.608%.

PNC has a fully functional mortgage section on their website which includes various informational tools like documents pertinent to mortgage applications.

The most commonly used mortgage related customer service documents are available to download here.

PNC Financial Services Group Inc. (NYSE:PNC) trading price in the last trading session ranged $72.92 – $75.67 VS. 52 week range of $53.36 -$77.93. After completing the last business day at $75.52, the company’s market worth reached to $40.18B.

Disclaimer: The advertised rates were submitted by each individual lender/broker on the date indicated. Rate/APR terms offered by advertisers may differ from those listed above based on the creditworthiness of the borrower and other differences between an individual loan and the loan criteria used for the quotes.

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About the author

L.J is a contributor covering financial mortgage rates. A freelance writer for various online publications with a great interest in real estate investment.