Greater Nevada Mortgage offers a wide variety of loans at great rates. Whether you're looking to pay off your loan quickly, build up equity on your home fast, or want the lowest possible monthly mortgage payment, we have professionals to help you find just the right loan to fit your needs.
Greater Nevada Mortgage offers a variety of mortgage products and down payment assistance programs with low rates and fees in Nevada.
- Rates and terms are subject to change without notice.
- The rates are for informational purposes only.
- Not all borrowers will qualify for all rates.
- Mortgage loans may also include a 1% origination fee
- To find out what rate you qualify for, contact one of our Mortgage Consultants.
Other loan terms (such as 20 year or 10 year fixed) also available. Contact one of our Mortgage Consultants
for more details.
For more information about Greater Nevada Mortgage Rates, call (775) 888-6999 or toll free at (800) 526-6999.
We do business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law and the Equal Opportunity Act.
Chart data is for illustrative purposes only, assumes a borrower with excellent credit and is subject to change without notice. Accuracy is not guaranteed and products may not be available for your situation. Loan assumptions and disclosures. 5/5 ARM interest rate, APR, and payment subject to increase after 5 years.
**APR = Annual Percentage Rate. The Annual Percentage Rate is the cost of the loan in percentage terms taking into account various loan charges of which interest is only one such charge. Other charges which are used in calculation of the Annual Percentage Rage are Private Mortgage Insurance or FHA Mortgage Insurance Premium (when applicable) and Prepaid Finance Charges (loan discount, origination fees, prepaid interest and other credit costs). The APR is calculated by spreading these charges over the life of the loan which results in a rate higher than the interest rate shown on your Mortgage/Deed of Trust Note. If interest was only the Finance Charge, then the interest rate and the Annual Percentage Rate would be the same.