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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average 30-year mortgage rates fall to 4.04% (7/24/2015)
FRMs fell this week, retreating from last week’s high so far in 2015 and increasing the economic incentive for renters to move into homeownership.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage up to 4.09% (7/17/2015)
The FRM hit an all-time high for this year as investors’ fears subsided. However, half the experts polled this week predict little change over the short-term.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 4.04% (7/10/2015)
Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 4.04% Turmoil in Greece and China had a positive impact on mortgage rates. Skittish investors put money in the U.S. bond market, which, in turn, bumped down FRMs.

Rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 4.08% (7/3/2015)
It’s the highest ARM rate so far this year. Mortgages have increased in recent weeks due to an uptick in home sales and signs of economic improvement.

Are mortgage rates into ‘panic mode’? (6/9/2015)
Many experts predict mortgage rates will rise – and they’ve been wrong for years. Recent increases, however, have made many wonder if it’s finally happening.

The Fed’s Janet Yellen plots rate-hike road map (2/25/2015)
Buyers want to know: When will mortgage rates go up? The Fed could increase interest rates, which affect ARMs and FRMs, by summer if some assumptions hold true.