Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":
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.
Mortgage rates dip slightly (7/18/2014)
The 30-year FRM declined to 4.13%, yet no Bankrate expert predicts more declines over the short term – however, 86% also don’t expect an increase.
Average U.S. 30-year mortgage rate rises to 4.15% (7/11/2014)
While that’s up slightly from last week – and so is the 15-year FRM, which edged up to 3.24% – mortgage rates remain near historically low levels.
Average rate on 30-year mortgages dips (7/3/2014)
At 4.12%, FRMs are slightly lower than they were in July 2013. They rose last summer after a Fed program switched gears but have declined since then.
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.
Average rate on 30-year loan at 4.23% (2/7/2014)
Weaker home sales, driven in part by wintry weather, led to a drop this week, and a semi-weak jobs report may keep them low for at least the short term.