For three straight weeks, mortgage rates have dropped even lower. How and why? Read this week’s PMMS report to find out.
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Luckily, rates rose ever so slightly this week leaving them a smidge higher than last week. Don’t wait though! The housing market is getting hotter so jump on these rates.
This week marks the one year anniversary of 30-year fixed-rate mortgages staying below 4%! Read more in this week’s PMMS report on why you should jump on these rates today!
Adjustable rate mortgages see very little change, but fixed-rate mortgages are on the rise and should be capitalized on now!
Mortgage rates dropped slightly from last week, closer to record lows, according to Freddie Mac’s weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
The rates may not have been as prepared for the long climb up Mount Ratemore as they thought, because this week, the rates are still near the bottom (i.e. historic lows). Chances are they may rally and rise up again, though, so don’t get too comfortable. Word on the street is that they’re calling in the big guns to come and give them a boost. We’ll just have to watch and see what happens.
Mortgage rates remain unchanged from last week’s numbers, remaining near record lows, according to Freddie Mac’s weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
Mortgage rates this week dipped slightly, with only the 30-year fixed mortgage rate holding strong to its spot from last week.
Mortgage rates have changed very little for the fourth consecutive week, according to Freddie Mac’s weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
Mortgage rates dropped to a new low for 2011 following reports of less than stellar economic progress and flat employment numbers.