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I live in washington and about 30 days away from closing on my first house. My mortgage lender still hasn't locked me in to an interest rate yet and I am getting a little worried about this whole debt ceiling thing. I heard on the news that if it isn't raised by Aug 1st, interest rates could "skyrocket". I asked my lender and she told me that if we are locked in before Aug 1st, it won't affect us if the debt ceiling isn't raised which is good news to me. She still hasn't locked me in though. Maybe she is waiting for the best rate. I don't know but I told her to go ahead and lock me in. My question(s) is this. Is there a website I can go to that will show me the current rates and how much will it affect my monthly mortgage based on each 1/4 point increase?
Ordinarily the borrower is the one to tell the bank when to lock the rate and how long the lock will be in effect. So, I suspect if you don't lock it yourself the rate will be market rate at closing. However, once you lock it it's locked. If the rates drop further your stuck with the locked rate unless you pay a significant penalty or cancel your mortgage application and start over.
Try bankrate.com. Your lender may not be able to lock you in with you have not finished going through underwriting. Many of the rules from the past have changed when it comes to lending. Also if you are dealing with a mortgage broker and not a direct lender, this may be the case.
Rates can realisitically only go up.
It has NO effect on personal interest rates. Why not do some research and learn about finances.