Nevada Home Mortgage Comparisons

Before settling on a home mortgage loan, you should compare offers from multiple lenders serving Nevada residents.  It pays to compare Michigan mortgage loans before you buy regardless of what mortgage loan type you are looking for (ex. 2nd mortgage, mortgage refinance, home equity loan, or simply a mortgage loan to finance the purchase of your new home). 

Mortgagesort.com can help you find the best mortgage rates from across the state of Nevada including Las Vegas, Reno and all places in-between.

About Nevada Housing Market
In 2002, there were an estimated 900,000 housing units in Nevada, of which about 800,000 were occupied; 60.1% were owner-occupied. About 54.5% of all units were single-family, detached dwellings; 19.5% were in buildings containing 3–9 units. Over 1,700 units were listed in a category of boats, RVs, vans, etc. The average household size was 2.65 people. (continued below)

To find the best Nevada Mortgage rates, simply select your residential mortgage loan type (upper left) to begin the process of having leading mortgage lenders compete for your business. You will receive as many as 5 free Michigan mortgage loan quotes from leading lenders, brokers and national mortgage companies serving your area.  It's easy!

(continued) In 2002, 35,615 new privately owned units were authorized for construction. The median home value was $157,407. The median monthly cost for Nevada home mortgage owners was $1,267. Renters paid a median of $762 per month. During 2002, Nevada received over $27.8 million in community planning and development aid from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.


Mortgage Types
Adjustable Rate Mortgage
2nd Mortgage
Reverse Mortgage
FHA Loan
Fixed Rate Mortgage
Interest-only Loan
Refinance