Extended Locks

Peace Of Mind.

At George Mason Mortgage our goal is to provide you with peace of mind and eliminate any concerns about rising rates when you purchase a new construction home. Our Extended Rate Protection Program options offer you the best of both worlds, long-term rate lock protection up to 270 days with the ability to float down to a lower rate at any time two weeks prior to closing.1


If you’re worried about interest rate changes while your home is being built, find out how our newly Extended Rate Protection program can help protect you while your new home takes shape.

  • Up to 180 day lock options with a refundable deposit, applicable at closing.
  • 270 day lock with a non-refundable fee.
  • Additional lock extensions are available.
  • Interest Rate Float Down options available if rates lower.
  • All your Construction lending needs under one roof with decades of experience.

1The Extended Rate Protection pricing will vary based upon the length of lock. A deposit is required at application. Up to 180 day lock deposit is refundable and applicable to closing costs. Up to 270 day extended rate locks require a 1.00% non-refundable fee. District of Columbia rate lock fees are refundable if the loan does not close. The Extended Rate Protection feature is not available under all programs. The applicant may renegotiate their interest rate one time at least 10 days prior of settlement if rates improve by at least .25%. Additional terms and conditions may apply.

Nick Kristoff
Senior Loan Officer
NMLS: 379253
O: (843) 603-5924
C: (843) 290-9110
F: (703) 653-3343

Mike Kristoff
Senior Loan Officer
NMLS: 377707
O: (843) 603-5924
C: (843) 301-7070
F: (703) 449-5546

This is not a commitment to lend. All loan applications are subject to credit and property approval and must meet loan program requirements to qualify. Annual Percentage Rate (APR), programs, rates, fees, closing costs, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice and may vary depending upon credit history and transaction specifics. Flood and/or property hazard insurance may be required.

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