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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average 30-year mortgage rate falls to 4.27% (4/17/2014)
The FRM rate has declined for the past two weeks. A majority of rate experts predict little change over the short term.

Average 30-year mortgage rate down to 4.34% (4/11/2014)
A fed program pullback should push rates higher, but a drop in refinancings has kept them in check; only 24% of experts predict a short-term increase.

Average 30-year mortgage rate rises to 4.41% (4/4/2014)
Rates remain near historically low levels; the 15-year FRM average rose to 3.47%. The Fed said it has no plans to raise a key short-term rate anytime soon.

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 30-year mortgage rate rises to 4.4% (3/28/2014)
A suggestion from the Fed chair that short-term interest rates might go up in 2015 sparked an increase in the 30-year FRM.

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.