Since you don't have really any credit, don't expect a great APR. Assuming you haven't had a credit card before, I highly recommend always paying in full- do not carry a balance. If you do that, APR won't matter anyway, not to mention your score can only go up.
And although I've heard a couple stories of those getting approved on little to no credit, I want to say you will not be approved for Chase Freedom, simply because you don't have any credit. I've personally been denied three times from them over the course of three years simply because I didn't have enough credit experience (only had one credit card at the time).
You'd be wise to go with someone like Capital One as a first card (easier to obtain), or even wiser to go with a secured credit card (Wells Fargo, Orchard, etc) for awhile. Here's a forum link to look over regarding secured cards:Secured Credit Cards To Rebuild Credit
From reading around the forum, Chase Slate is another card I've heard that's relatively easy to get, though is targeted for individuals who want to continually carry a balance.
The American Express Zync is another option, which I and many others here personally have, if you're into the charge card realm:http://creditcardforum.com/american-express/1105-american-express-zync-card-review-important-warning.html
Again, that's somewhat of an easier card to obtain. I'd personally go with a secured card if I had to start over again.