Citibank Mortgage Rates
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CITIBANK MORTGAGE RATE REVIEWS
I had never banked with Citibank until I got married. My husband was a loyal customer for many years so he recommended we seek their help for our mortgage loan. They were fairly helpful with the application process but my one complaint is that the paperwork seemed a little rushed through. As a result (in my opinion), some errors had to be corrected after the fact. They weren't major errors (very minor) so I wasn't too dissatisfied. Other than that incident, we've been pretty happy with our loan.
I've only needed to call them a couple of times for further assistance (over the last few years) and each time I received satisfactory customer service. I will say though, unless you have multiple products with this bank (like savings, CD, loan, etc) their checking account fees can be really high! Thankfully, because of my husband's relationship with them (and our loan) we have been able to pretty much avoid these fees. I recommend going in and speaking to a representative to find the best option for you as opposed to just going online (because they can usually recommend ways to avoid high fees if you plan on keeping a lower balance).… read more
Citibank has been wonderful to myself and my family who also banks there with a mortgage. Though I find their interest rate to be a little bit higher than my other bank, they did come though when I needed them during my refinancing. The whole process was simple and because my information was already on file, they did everything over the phone. The only thing I had to do was go in and sign the papers after work and make sure everything was correct. A real time saver! The service I've found to be super friendly and helpful, and I feel like most of the employees are close acquaintances of mine. They smile and laugh often and like to talk. The application process is relatively simple and I've, so far, never had a problem with them. While I recommend looking around for lower interest rates, I do recommend choosing them for other services because of their optimistic, cheerful attitude and their great way of explaining things in details.… read more
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In the event that in a given week, for this product, there were multiple applicable rates in our database based on different criteria, the above graph reflects the lowest interest rate recorded. Before submitting an application, always verify with the issuing institution (i.e. bank, credit union, other lender) the rates, fees, and all terms and conditions accompanying the application.