Wisconsin Mortgage and Refinance Rates

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Current Wisconsin Mortgage Rates

The average mortgage rates in Wisconsin for September 24, 2023 are 6.983% for purchasing a home and 7.095% for refinancing a home.

Mortgage TypeRate (%)
30 Year Fixed Purchase6.983
30 Year Fixed Refinance7.095

30-Day Rate Trend in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Purchase Rates

Mortgage TypeRate (%)
15 Year Fixed Purchase6.203
15 Year fixed Jumbo Purchase7.412
30 Year Fixed Purchase6.983
30 Year Fixed Jumbo Purchase7.35

Wisconsin Refinance Rates

Mortgage TypeRate (%)
15 Year Fixed Refinance6.196
15 Year fixed Jumbo Refinance7.535
30 Year Fixed Refinance7.095
30 Year Fixed Jumbo Refinance7.381

Wisconsin ARM Rates

Mortgage TypeRate (%)
5/6 ARM SOFR Purchase7.083
5/6 ARM SOFR Refinance7.175
5/6 ARM Jumbo SOFR Purchase6.633
5/6 ARM Jumbo SOFR Refinance6.667

Most Common Mortgage Types in Wisconsin

  • Conventional: 57,334 loans
  • FHA: 6,321 loans
  • VA: 3,781 loans
  • USDA: 777 loans

Top Purchase Lenders in Wisconsin by Volume

  • Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation: 3,298 loans
  • Associated Bank: 2,544 loans
  • Summit Credit Union: 2,419 loans
  • University Of Wisconsin Credit Union: 2,227 loans
  • Finance Of America Mortgage LLC: 1,729 loans
  • Landmark Credit Union: 1,521 loans
  • Rocket Mortgage, LLC: 1,406 loans
  • Johnson Bank: 1,379 loans
  • U.S. Bank: 1,339 loans
  • Inlanta Mortgage, Inc.: 1,241 loans

Top Refinance Lenders in Wisconsin by Volume

  • University Of Wisconsin Credit Union: 3,141 loans
  • Summit Credit Union: 2,875 loans
  • Capital Credit Union: 1,273 loans
  • Associated Bank: 1,093 loans
  • U.S. Bank: 934 loans
  • Landmark Credit Union: 847 loans
  • Blackhawk Community Credit Union: 576 loans
  • Covantage Credit Union: 563 loans
  • Community First Credit Union: 543 loans
  • Rocket Mortgage, LLC: 506 loans

Top purchase and refinance lenders and usage statics are for retail (direct to consumer) lenders and made available through lender reporting from the 2022 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).

Wisconsin mortgage rate data in the charts and tables above comes from RateUpdate.com. The displayed rates come from multiple providers and represent market averages. Your mortgage rate will differ based on individual factors like your credit score as well as differing loan types and terms offered by lenders.

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