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This table shows rates for conventional fixed-rate mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term 30-year fixed
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APR
Term 20-year fixed
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APR
Term 15-year fixed
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APR
Term 10-year fixed
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APR
This table shows rates for conventional fixed-rate mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term Rate APR
30-year fixed
20-year fixed
15-year fixed
10-year fixed
This table shows rates for adjustable-rate mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term 10-year ARM
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APR
Term 5-year ARM
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APR
Term 3-year ARM
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APR
This table shows rates for adjustable-rate mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term Rate APR
10-year ARM
5-year ARM
3-year ARM
This table shows rates for FHA mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term 30-year fixed - FHA
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APR
Term 15-year fixed - FHA
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APR
This table shows rates for FHA mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term Rate APR
30-year fixed - FHA
15-year fixed - FHA
This table shows rates for VA mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term 30-year fixed - VA
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APR
Term 15-year fixed - VA
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APR
This table shows rates for VA mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term Rate APR
30-year fixed - VA
15-year fixed - VA
This table shows rates for jumbo mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term 30-year fixed - jumbo
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APR
Term 20-year fixed - jumbo
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APR
Term 15-year fixed - jumbo
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APR
This table shows rates for jumbo mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term Rate APR
30-year fixed - jumbo
20-year fixed - jumbo
15-year fixed - jumbo

A few things to know about these rates

Credit score and other assumptions

These mortgage interest rates assume a few things about you - for example, you have very good credit (a FICO credit score of 740+) and that you're buying a single-family home as your primary residence. Learn more about these assumptions below.

No discount points

Mortgage discount points are not factored into these rates. If you decide to purchase points at closing, your interest rate may be lower than the rates shown here. 
Learn about discount points

Rate vs. APR

The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) represents the true yearly cost of your loan, including any fees or costs in addition to the actual interest you pay to the lender. That's why a mortgage APR is typically higher than the interest rate - and why it's such an important number when comparing loan offers. Learn about rate vs. APR