One Day Mortgage

One Day Mortgage1

exclusively at Better

Instead of waiting weeks, now you can lock a rate, share some financial info, and get a loan Commitment Letter within the next 24 hours.1

Customers must qualify. Terms Apply

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Digital HELOC

Apply online. Fast approval.

  • Unlock a $50k-$500k line of credit

  • Access up to 90% of property value2

  • Available for primary, second, and investment homes

Digital home loans

Low rates. Save thousands. Close fast.

  • Apply 100% online, on your schedule

  • No commissions

  • Close 17 days faster than industry avg.

Real Estate Agents

Partner with a local expert and save big.

  • $2k off Better Mortgage closing costs3

  • Local expert knowledge

  • Seamless communication with Better Mortgage


We needed to make an offer the next day. Better made it happen.


Don’t just auto-renew. We’ll do the work, you save big.

  • Protect your home and yourself

  • Find savings on home, auto, life insurance, and more

Better Attorney Match

Match with a local expert attorney to help with negotiations, Closing, and more.

  • Highly rated local attorneys

  • Vetted by homebuyers like you

  • Get matched in minutes

Better Services

We’re simplifying the homebuying experience every step of the way.

  • Better Settlement Services

  • Title & Closing

  • No unnecessary fees

The tools you need to make that next step

Use our mortgage calculator to estimate your monthly payments, including key factors like homeowners association fees, property taxes, and private mortgage insurance.

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We did the math on the next 30 years. It was cheaper to own.

Look Before You Lock:
Why Rates Matter

Almost half of all homebuyers don’t compare mortgage lenders before locking a rate. But small rate differences can add up to big savings.

What’s a Good DTI for a Home Loan?

When you apply for a mortgage, the top three things lenders look at are your income, your credit score, and your debt-to-income ratio, or DTI.

Understanding Your Down Payment

Housing prices are rising across the country, and low down payment mortgages make it easier for homebuyers to enter the housing market.