Buy or refinance a home with a fixed-rate mortgage, the most popular and low-risk loan option available today. With Addition Financial's flexible mortgage loan terms and options, we can assist you throughout your home-buying experience. You can also earn rebates when you use our HomeAdvantage™ Program.
For a limited time get 0.25% off the current Annual Percentage Rate of a conventional mortgage loan – new or refinancing!*
Getting a good rate on your mortgage is the foundation for having a positive home-buying experience. Now, you can save big when you purchase or refinance your home. Simply set up a minimum monthly direct deposit of $500.00 into an Addition Financial checking or savings account prior to the closing of your loan.
Savings Example for a Conventional Mortgage:
Let’s say you’re putting an offer in for a $300,000 home and you’re applying for a 30 year mortgage with a 20% down payment. Taking advantage of this limited-time offer would save you more than $15,000 in interest over the course of your mortgage.
Savings Example for a Mortgage Refinance:
Let’s say you have $100,000 left to pay on your current 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage. Taking advantage of this limited-time offer would save you more than $5,000 in interest over the course of your refinance.
Apply Now to Save on Your Mortgage
*This offer requires monthly direct deposit into an Addition Financial checking or savings account prior to the closing of your loan. The minimum required direct deposit amount is $500.00. Loans are granted based on creditworthiness and the ability to repay. Offer only valid for 10, 15, 20 and 30 year conventional mortgages.
This offer excludes existing Addition Financial mortgages, Home Equity Loans and Government Loans. Mortgages are underwritten to secondary market standards. Secondary market guidelines may require adjustments to interest rate, points paid or amount of down payment.
Your rate, points and closing costs may vary based upon loan features, geography and/or other terms and conditions. Additional adjustments may be applicable based upon credit history, property value, mortgage product, property type or other factors. Other restrictions may apply.