Shopping for a mortgage rate can positively affect your budget for years to come.
Even a slight improvement in your mortgage rate can save you hundreds or even thousands per year.
That money could be allocated to savings, a child’s college education, or other financial goals.
Few of us buy plane tickets, cars or even gasoline without comparing prices – it’s the American way.
Yet the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) says that nearly half of US consumers do not comparison shop for home loans.
Spending a little more time upfront could mean spending much less in the future.