Scottsdale Mortgage Rates vary by lender and also sometimes change multiple times each day. It is also possible to call the same lender, speak with two different loan officers and get two different rate quotes.
Because of all of the complexities of deciphering what mortgage rates are or are not doing, we have chosen to bring you the average of what people all across the US are being quoted for mortgage rates in real time. These rates assume that you have excellent credit and are just an average of what people are being quoted.
When applying for a mortgage, make sure that you are aware that your overall credit profile may not allow you access to the best rates. Scottsdale Mortgage Rates can be higher if you have bad credit – and it is possible that you might not be able to get a mortgage at all if your credit profile is not good enough.
If you live in Scottsdale or anywhere in the Phoenix area and have excellent credit, you should be able to reasonably expect that the rates displayed above are the rates that you will be quoted — or at least very close to it.
Contact your Scottsdale mortgage loan officer to find out what Scottsdale Mortgage Rates are and see if your profile is good enough to qualify for the best rates available.
Scottsdale Mortgage Information and Programs:
Scottsdale FHA Streamline
Scottsdale VA Streamline
Scottsdale Reverse Mortgage
Scottsdale 8000 Tax Credit Information
Scottsdale HomePath Mortgage Loan
Scottsdale HomePath Renovation Mortgage Loan
Scottsdale Bad Credit Mortgage
Arizona Mortgage Rates
Scottsdale Real Estate Trends
Scottsdale Real Estate Trends @ Trulia
Scottsdale Arizona Mortgage information can be found on our site dedicated specifically to the Scottsdale area.
Scottsdale Fun Facts
Interesting and fun facts about Scottsdale include:
In 1937, internationally renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright set up his “winter camp” at the foot of the McDowell Mountains, creating what is now known as Taliesin West.
From its official incorporation in 1951 with a population of 2000, the town of Scottsdale has grown to a 2007 Census of 240,710. It is now Arizona’s sixth-largest city.
The real estate market in Scottsdale is among the most expensive in the United States. In 2005, both Scottsdale and Paradise Valley were among the top ten markets in the nation for luxury home sales, and the only two cities outside of California. Paradise Valley was ranked ninth with $637 million in luxury home sales, while Scottsdale was ranked tenth with $594 million in luxury home sales.
Scottsdale is home to more than 125 art galleries.