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The Importance of Locking In your Interest Rate!

Should you immediately lock in your rate once you’re under contract - versus trying to perfectly time the market for the lowest rate?! Short answer: YES!

You should ALWAYS lock your interest rate in as soon as you can - this creates a hedge in case rates get worse. With that said, if rates get better while you are under contract all the good mortgage companies will allow you to float down to a lower rate!

We helped 5 clients secure a lower interest rate last week through this policy. We’d love to help you too!

Please, let us know if you have any questions!


Chad Wade Managing Partner Cornerstone Mortgage Group Atlanta Home Loan Team atlloanteam@cmghl.com ​http://www.cmghl.com Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee - 21412. Company NMLS -147913. Individual NMLS - 147936.

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