In Wisconsin, finding the right mortgage can save you thousands of dollars. Mortgage-Info.us was created for that purpose. If you are looking for Lenders, Mortgage Rates, or Mortgage Brokers – we’ve have them. When you fill out our mortgage quote form, you’ll get offers from 2-4 different lenders that will compete to save you money.
Featured Mortgage Lenders in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Mortgage Quick Facts
Wisconsin State Population: 5,363,675*
Median Wisconsin Home Price: $112,200*
Total Wisconsin Housing Units: 2,386,848*
House Ownership Rate in Wisconsin: 68.4%*
Types of Mortgage Loans Available in Wisconsin
• Fixed Rate Mortgage Loans
• Adjustable Rate (ARM) Mortgage Loans
• Interest only Mortgage loans
• LIBOR Mortgage Loans
• Special Mortgage Loans
• Home Equity Loans
• Cash out Mortgage Loans
• Refinance Mortgage Loans
• Second Mortgage Loans
• Home Purchase Mortgage Loans
• Reverse Mortgage Loans
• Home Equity Line of Credit Mortgage Loans (HELOC)
How Your Credit Score Affects Your Mortgage Rate
First, you need to know what your current credit score is . You should compare that against the average Wisconsin consumer credit score of 698, and the national average credit score of 677. Your credit score impacts what your home mortgage rate will be. Historically home mortgage rates have varied from 5% to over 13%. Lenders create their home mortgage rates by using the Federal Discount Interest Rate and then increase it by using an internal formula to create their own home mortgage rate. When you apply for a home mortgage, your home mortgage rate will be determined by a whole host of factors, but your credit score is a factor.
Wisconsin Mortgage State Laws:
Only in Wisconsin
The lender is required to provide the consumer with a Consumer Disclosure statement, which details the services the lender will provide, and how the lender will be compensated for such services. The interest rate is included in that information.
Wisconsin practices judicial foreclosure. The proceedings to Wisconsin foreclosures are similar to other states that practice judicial foreclosures. The lender files a lawsuit, and if the borrower cannot pay within the time the court specifies, the borrower and the community receive fair notice of the date and place of the auction, and the property is auctioned to the highest bidder. Until the foreclosure sale is confirmed by a court order, the borrower has one year to redeem the property. He/she must pay the price of the highest bid, plus interest to do so.
White Collar Crime Supervisor
330 E. Kilbourn Avenue, Suite 600
Milwaukee, WI 53202-6627
Phone: (414) 276-4684
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