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Mortgage rates valid as of 12.07.2023 and subject to changes without notice. Rates are subject to credit approval and can change at any time. Estimated payment is based on a $300,000 mortgage amortized over the term years with zero origination fees or points. These rates illustrate a hypothetical example for the purchase of an existing single family home in South Carolina. Payments shown do not include amounts for taxes and insurance. All loans will be secured by a lien against your property. Not all applicants will be approved.