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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average rate on 30-year mortgage slips to 3.65% (4/24/2015)
Rates continue to rise and fall in a narrow range. Going forward, most Bankrate experts polled (55%) this week expect more of the same.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage edges up to 3.67% (4/17/2015)
The FRM barely changed since last week and continues to hover around all-time lows of 3.35% reached in Nov.-Dec. 2012.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.66% (4/10/2015)
With a June increase in federal mortgage rates now iffy, 30-year FRMs stabilized, and most experts predict little change over the short term.

Average 30-year mortgage rate barely moves last week (4/6/2015)
The 30-year FRM nudged upward from 3.69% the week before to 3.7% last week. Experts disagreed last week on what would happen next.

The Fed’s Janet Yellen plots rate-hike road map (2/25/2015)
Buyers want to know: When will mortgage rates go up? The Fed could increase interest rates, which affect ARMs and FRMs, by summer if some assumptions hold true.

Lower gas prices = lower mortgage rates (1/19/2015)
Lower oil prices mean lower inflation, which pushes down mortgage rates. The gas price drop should help any buyer who doesn’t live in major oil-producing regions.

End-of-year mortgage rates remain below 4% (1/5/2015)
According to Freddie Mac, the average mortgage rate stood at 3.87% by the end of 2014 – a slight week-to-week increase.

30-year mortgage rate drops below 4% (11/21/2014)
The average FRM declined to 3.99%. “If planning to buy a home in the next year, it’s better to do it sooner rather than later,” says Freddie Mac economist.

Average 30-year loan rate slips to 4.01% (11/14/2014)
The average FRM fell only slightly lower for the week, and most experts (70%) predict it will stay there over the short term.