House hunting? Take your rate along.

With a discounted mortgage rate plus the ability to lock that rate for up to 90 days, you can take your time and shop with confidence. Your rate won’t go up during the lock period, even if market rates do.

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How does it work?

  • Apply and get preapproved for a SELCO mortgage. 
  • Lock in a discounted rate for a defined period of up to 90 days. 
  • Our experienced mortgage specialists will guide you through every step of the process. 
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How can I save?

How much can you save on SELCO’s current mortgage rates with this program? 

  • Get a .75% discount from the published rate when you lock for 60 days.
  • Get a .50% discount from the published rate when you lock for 90 days. 

Conditions and requirements: 

  • The Lock & Shop program has a maximum 80% LTV (loan-to-value) ratio. We offer many other mortgage programs for those who need to borrow more than 80% of the home’s value. 
  • Loans are subject to credit approval. 
  • You must be a SELCO member to qualify (join SELCO today). 

Resources

New Homeowners Lying In The Grass

The 3 Signs You're Ready to Buy Your First Home

Have you been thinking about buying your first house? Buying a home can be a financially beneficial long-term decision. Here are 3 signs you're ready.

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First-Time Home Buyer? Get to Know Homeowners Insurance

Once you buy your new home, it's time to get to know the ins and outs of homeowners insurance to protect your investment.

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Demystifying Mortgage Terms, Part I

The financial industry is full of confusing terms. If you’re buying a home for the first time, a lot of terms will be thrown at you. Familiarizing yourself with them now will save you some head-scratching later.

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Demystifying Mortgage Terms, Part II

Learn how to differentiate between common mortgage terms like PMI, escrow, conventional vs. FHA loans, and more.

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