Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":
Average U.S. rate on 30-year mortgage drops to 3.84% (8/28/2015)
In a week marked by turmoil in global markets, average U.S. long-term mortgage rates dropped to their lowest levels since May.
Average rate on 30-year mortgage eases to 3.93% (8/21/2015)
The FRM rate dropped slightly and stayed below 4% this week. Of experts polled, however, only 16% predict further declines over the short term.
Average rate on 30-year mortgage edges up to 3.94% (8/14/2015)
The slight increase ends a three-week streak of lower rates, but half the experts polled this week predict more declines over the short term.
Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.91% (8/7/2015)
The average FRM fell again this week, but 55% of experts polled by Bankrate.com predict that this it – rates will start to go up again over the short term.
Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls below 4% (7/31/2015)
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell for a second straight week, with the key 30-year FRM slipping to 3.98%.
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.
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.