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Better Deal Guarantee

Better Deal Guarantee

Lock in rate with confidence

Get a better deal
or we pay up

If another lender has a better deal, send us their loan estimate within 3 business days from the date on the loan estimate. If we can’t beat it by at least $500, we’ll give you $500. That’s how confident we are in our rates.

How do we do it?

By leveraging technology, we’ve been able to eliminate obsolete systems and unnecessary fees so we can operate at a fraction of the cost compared to other lenders and pass those savings on to our clients.

The Better Price Guarantee Terms & Conditions

1. Offer is only to customers who do not have a rate lock with Get A Rate in the sixty (60) days prior to the date of the presented Loan Estimate (LE) from another lender.
2. “Beat it by $500” refers to the Get A Rate Loan Estimate being lower in lender charges for the same rate and loan terms. Lender Charges refer to “A” Origination Charges + any Lender Credit in section “J” of the Loan Estimate. Get A Rate, at its discretion, may also offer a lower rate at the same cost of the other lender to be considered of at least equal value
3. Get A Rate may, in its sole discretion, accept LE proxies (e.g., rate sheets from other lenders) provided the rate and terms from the competitive lender are readily available to the general public..

1. Offer is only to customers who do not have a rate lock with Get A Rate in the sixty (60) days prior to the date of the presented Loan Estimate (LE) from another lender.
2. “Beat it by $500” refers to the Get A Rate Loan Estimate being lower in lender charges for the same rate and loan terms. Lender Charges refer to “A” Origination Charges + any Lender Credit in section “J” of the Loan Estimate. Get A Rate, at its discretion, may also offer a lower rate at the same cost of the other lender to be considered of at least equal value
3. Get A Rate may, in its sole discretion, accept LE proxies (e.g., rate sheets from other lenders) provided the rate and terms from the competitive lender are readily available to the general public..