Current Refinance Rates in Nevada
MoneyGeek compiled Nevada refinancing rates to help find your ideal loan. Explore the most current Nevada average rates for various types and terms of mortgages in the table below.
- Type of LoanRateAPR
- Conventional 30 Year Fixed5.75 %5.75 %
- Conventional 20 Year Fixed5.875 %5.875 %
- Conventional 15 Year Fixed4.893 %4.875 %
- Conventional 10 Year ARM6.726 %6.375 %
- Conventional 7 Year ARM6.798 %6 %
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What Is a Good Refinance Rate in Nevada?
For a 15-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM), FRED's economic data shows that Nevada's average interest rate (4.55%) is higher than the national average (4.45%). The interest rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage in the state is 5.31%, which is higher than the national average of 5.30%. The average interest rate on a 5/1 ARM in Nevada is 4.46%, but the national average is lower at 4.19%.
A "good rate" depends on the borrower's individual situation — factors like loan term and amount, along with credit score and income, can affect rates. Mortgage interest rates are also constantly changing. The estimate you receive one day from one lender might be different a week later.
Finally, comparing quotes from many lenders is essential to ensuring that you're getting the best possible interest rate.
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MoneyGeek's mortgage calculator can help you estimate refinanced monthly payments. Use Nevada's current refinance rates in the calculation. Your actual rate may vary based on your debt-to-income ratio or credit score.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Refinance Rates in Nevada
MoneyGeek compiled the most frequently asked questions about mortgage refinance rates in Nevada to help you make an informed decision about refinancing your mortgage.
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- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. "Mortgage Rates." Accessed July 13, 2022.