Mortgage Rates And The Best Lenders

Hayward is in Alameda County, California in the East Bay of San Francisco Bay Area. It had a population of 157k people with a median age of 34.9 and a median household income of $74,927. Between 2016 and 2017 the population of Hayward, CA grew from 154,507 to 156,917, and was ranked as the 37th most populous municipality in California. Hayward is the home of a large number of manufacturing companies, including tech companies as part of a northern extension of Silicon Valley.


The median property value in the city is about $662,500, according to Zillow, having gone up by 2.0% over the past year. It is predicted that it continue to rise to 2.2% within the next year.


Hayward mortgage rates


As of Friday, May 3, 2019, the mortgage rates in Anaheim are 4.34% for a 30-year fixed mortgage, 3.85% for a 15-year period, and 4.8% for a 5/1 ARM mortgage.


Best mortgage lenders in Hayward


New American. Customers know New American for its quick closing times, remarkable customer service, and the option for manual underwriting, which is essential for borrowers with non-traditional credentials. Its online platform offers a host of options for anyone looking to apply for a loan, check rates, and track their existing loans. A host of popular mortgage products are available as well, including FHA and VA loans and purchase, refinance, and jumbo loans.


Quicken Loans. This lender has been in the industry for 30 years and is one of the highest rated lenders in J.D. Power. Quicken Loans has a wide range of loan products, including FHA and VA loans, fixed- and adjustable rate loans, mortgage refinancing, and jumbo loans. It can also tell the amount one is qualified to borrow in minutes owing to its access to numerous financial companies.


Better. This lender offers a simple and convenient online application process, backed by loan officers who are on stand-by if needed. It can process preapprovals within 3 minutes and offers a reviewed letter on the next day, making it one of the quickest lenders in the market. It doesn’t charge a lender fee for most of its processes, including application, underwriting, and origination. Further, it offers a 10% down on higher-value homes requiring a jumbo loan.