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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average 30-year mortgage rate up to 4.23% (9/19/2014)
Fear of a Fed decision on short-term interest rates caused the highest week-to-week increase in fixed-rate mortgages so far this year.

Where are the higher mortgage rates? (9/16/2014)
A slow economy and global tensions have kept mortgage rates surprisingly low. While still expected to go higher, a dramatic increase isn’t likely this year.

Average 30-year mortgage rate holds steady (9/5/2014)
For the third week in a row, the FRM remained at 4.10% – its lowest point over the past year. But only 8% of experts predict further decline over the short term.

Average 30-year mortgage rate 4.1% (8/29/2014)
FRMs remained unchanged this week at their 52-week low. Two out of three experts (64%) polled this week foresee little change over the short term.

Average 30-year mortgage rate at 4.10% (8/22/2014)
The 30-year FRM hit a 52-week low. While 38% of experts polled this week expect rates to go up in the short term, most predict stability.

Average 30-year mortgage rate at 4.14% (8/8/2014)
The 30-year FRM rose very slightly compared to last week’s average. Most experts predict relative stability in rates over the short term.

Average 30-year mortgage rate at 4.13% (7/25/2014)
FRMs were stable to slightly higher this week but still close to their lows for the year. Most experts polled this week expect little change over the short term.

Freddie: No more record-low mortgage rates (4/2/2014)
While 4.3% rates remain historically low, it’s unlikely they’ll flirt with the 3.31% record set in Nov. 2012 – but 1981’s historic 18.73% high isn’t expected either.