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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

U.S. 30-year mortgage rate edges up to 3.48% (7/28/2016)
It’s the second straight week that rates have increased slightly – the 15-year mortgage rate rose to 2.78%. However, they remain near historically low levels.

Average 30-year mortgage rate rises to 3.45% (7/21/2016)
Freddie Mac said today that the average for the benchmark 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose from 3.42% last week, though it’s still down from 4.04% one year ago.

Mortgage rates almost unchanged near historic lows (7/14/2016)
At 3.42%, average long-term mortgage rates moved only marginally higher this week in the wake of financial disarray in Europe.

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.

Fed: Short-term interest rates unchanged (3/19/2016)
Adjustable mortgage rates (ARMs) should be fairly stable until at least June, but the Fed’s decision only has a slight influence on fixed mortgage rates.

Mortgage rates rise for third week – to 3.73% (3/17/2016)
30-year fixed mortgage rates declined in early 2016 but seem to be heading in a different direction now – and only 25% of experts expect that to change.