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Mortgage Rates Hold, Probability of a Hike Back Under a Percent

Mortgage Rates Hold, Probability of a Hike Back Under a Percent

The average rate for a 30-year mortgage has been little changed over the past two weeks and is currently holding at 3.68 percent, which is 107 basis points (1.07 percentage points) below its mark at the same time last year, and within 27 basis points of a three/six-year low,... Read More »

Mortgage Rates Dip, Fed Uncertainty in Play

Mortgage Rates Dip, Fed Uncertainty in Play

The average rate for a 30-year mortgage dropped 9 basis points over the past week and now measures 3.66 percent, which is 3 basis points lower than two weeks ago, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey. As such, the 30-year rate is now 115 basis points (1.15... Read More »

Mortgage Rates Drop, Probability of a Rate Hike: Zero

Mortgage Rates Drop, Probability of a Rate Hike: Zero

As we expected, the average rate for a 30-year mortgage dropped 9 basis points over the past week and now measures 3.69 percent, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey. And as such, the 30-year rate is now 125 basis points (1.25 percentage points) below its mark at... Read More »

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Dips Under 4 Percent, Odds of Easing Up

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Dips Under 4 Percent, Odds of Easing Up

Having shed 7 basis points over the past week, the average rate for a 30-year mortgage now measures 3.99 percent, an average rate which is 57 basis points lower than at the same time last year and the first sub-four percent rate since January of 2018, according to Freddie... Read More »

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Dips, Odds of an Easing Jumps

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Dips, Odds of an Easing Jumps

The average rate for a 30-year mortgage shed 7 basis points over the past two weeks to 4.07 percent, an average rate which is now 54 basis points lower than at the same time last year, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey data. The average rate for... Read More »

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Slips, Odds of an Easing Drops

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Slips, Odds of an Easing Drops

The average rate for a 30-year mortgage dropped 6 basis points over the past week to 4.14 percent, which is 41 basis points below the average rate as measured at the same time last year (4.55 percent), according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey data. At the same... Read More »

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Ticks Up, Odds of an Easing Jumps

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Ticks Up, Odds of an Easing Jumps

The average rate for a 30-year mortgage inched up 3 basis points over the past week to 4.20 percent, which is up 14 basis points since the end of March but 38 basis points below the average rate at the same time last year (4.58 percent), according to Freddie... Read More »

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Ticks Up, Odds of an Easing Slips

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Ticks Up, Odds of an Easing Slips

The average rate for a 30-year mortgage ticked up 5 basis points over the past week to 4.17 percent, which is up 11 basis points since the end of March but remains 30 basis points below the average rate at the same time last year (4.47 percent), according to... Read More »

Mortgage Rates Inch Up, Inversion Increases, Odds of Easing Even

Mortgage Rates Inch Up, Inversion Increases, Odds of Easing Even

Having dropped 35 basis points in March, including the biggest one week drop in over a decade, the average rate for a 30-year mortgage has ticked up 6 basis points over the past two weeks to 4.12 percent but remains 30 basis points below its average rate at the... Read More »

Mortgage Rates Dramatically Drop, Inversion Spreads

Mortgage Rates Dramatically Drop, Inversion Spreads

With Fed officials having officially deemed the foregoing of any additional interest rate hikes in 2019 to “be best” for our economy in light of increasing global risks, which shouldn’t have caught any plugged-in readers by surprise, the average rate for a 30-year mortgage has since dropped 22 basis... Read More »