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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average rate on 30-year mortgage slips to 3.84% (5/22/2015)
It’s not much of a change compared to last week, but the decline breaks a three-week string of rate increases.

Average rate on 30-year FRM up for 3rd straight week (5/15/2015)
The rate hit 3.85% this week. Most experts (57%) polled by Bankrate expect the FRM to continue upward over the short term, but 29% predict a decline.

Average U.S. rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 3.8% (5/8/2015)
The increase marks the highest level since mid-March. Analysts link rising interest rates in part to recent news that the U.S. trade deficit hit a 7-year-high.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 3.68% (5/1/2015)
FRM rates moved slightly higher, but half of the experts polled this week predict they’ll go back down over the short term. Only 20% predict further increases.

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.