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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average 30-year mortgage rate slips to 3.42% (9/29/2016)
Long-term mortgage rates slipped this week to the lowest level since mid-July, and most experts predict they’ll stay low or drop even more over the short term.

Mortgage rate declines to 3.48% (9/23/2016)
Low mortgage rates have combined with an improved job market to bolster demand from possible buyers – but drastically fewer sellers are coming into the market.

U.S. average 30-year mortgage rate jumps to 3.50% (9/15/2016)
That’s the highest since June, though long-term rates remain at historically low levels. Analysts say volatility in the U.S. stock market likely played a part.

U.S. average 30-year mortgage rate declines to 3.44% (9/8/2016)
Continued low rates prompted homeowners to refinance loans – refi’s made up 64% of total mortgage applications last week. The 15-year FRM eased slightly to 2.76%.

U.S. average 30-year mortgage rate rises to 3.46% (9/1/2016)
The mortgage rate increase comes as a solid job market and improved economic outlook boost expectations that the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates. Still, mortgage rates remain at historically low levels.

Freddie Mac lowers mortgage rate predictions (8/17/2016)
Mortgage experts have long predicted rates would increase “soon,” but once again they appear wrong. Freddie now says low rates may be around for a while yet.

Average 30-year mortgage rate falls to new 2016 lows (7/8/2016)
The financial tumult in Europe drove long-term mortgage rates fell to 3.41%, the lowest level since May 2013 – and most experts think they’ll go even lower.

Mortgage rates in free fall since Brexit vote (6/29/2016)
Skittish investors like long-term bonds, and those bonds back long-term mortgages. While weekly numbers aren’t out yet, daily mortgage reports suggest that the average rate is dropping to a three-year low.

Average rate on 30-year mortgages falls to 3.61% (5/5/2016)
The drop in rates this week – thanks in large part to a Fed decision not to raise interest rates – could entice a few more buyers to enter the market.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 3.66% (4/28/2016)
The increase from last week’s 3.59% may be temporary, however. Many experts think the Fed’s lack of action on short-term rates this week will also impact FRMs.

Mortgage rates hit lowest level since 2015 (4/7/2016)
The average rate on 30-year FRM fell to 3.59% this week from 3.71% last week after the Fed chair reaffirmed her plan to raise interest rates slowly.