0.25% Off Mortgage Rates

For a limited-time, take advantage of a special discount off our already low mortgage rates.

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Rate will be reduced after application is submitted.

We are offering an additional 0.25% OFF* of our residential mortgage rates for new home purchase applications.

Combine that with rates that are already 10% BELOW** the national average and that adds up to a HUGE savings!

Liberty 30 year rates vs national average

We are also offering a program with special pricing on 10% down loans for qualified borrowers.

If you’ve been thinking about making a move, NOW’S THE TIME!  This offer won’t last long.

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*To receive 0.25% discount off residential mortgage rates, you must: 1) Submit a completed purchase application for a residential 1-4 unit primary residence. Existing applications and refinances are excluded. 2) Pay a non-refundable application fee (fee varies depending on number of units, please call  773.594.6647 for details) within 10 days of the application date. An escrow account is required. Limited-time offer. The 0.25% discount applies to fixed rate mortgages and the initial ARM rate. Maximum 80% LTV. This offer is not a commitment to lend and applicants must meet underwriting criteria prior to approval. Rate will be reduced after application is submitted.

**National rates per Bankrate.com. As of 5/22/24, a 30-Year Fixed Mortgage with a 6.875% rate / 6.949% Annual Percentage Rate would have 360 payments of $2,299.25 each. The information provided assumes the purpose of the loan is to purchase a property, with a 20% down payment for a loan amount of $350,000.00 and an estimated property value of $437,500. The same rate is available on loans of up to $2MM. The property is located in Chicago, IL and is within Cook County. The property is an existing single-family home and will be used as a primary residence. An escrow account is required. The rate lock period is 60 days and the assumed credit score is 740. The actual payment will be higher if mortgage insurance is required on your loan. The payment examples do not include amounts for taxes and insurance premiums. Your actual payment obligation will be greater considering taxes and insurance premiums.