Interest rates

  • Mortgage Rates Seen Staying Below 4 Percent by Steve Cook

    Though a number of critical questions face the US economy, from the unfinished business in Washington like the debt limit and spending cuts to lackluster growth, the outlook for mortgage rates is relatively predictable and not very exciting.

  • Why Isn’t the Thirty-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage at 2.6 Percent? by

    As of mid-December, the average thirty-year fixed-rate mortgage was near its historic low of about 3.3 percent, or half its level in August 2007 when financial turmoil began.

  • Mortgage Rates Start the New Year Near All-Time Record Lows by

    Freddie Mac(OTCBB: FMCC) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey(R) (PMMS®), showing fixed mortgage rates continuing to hover near their all-time record lows helping to keep homebuyer affordability high and aiding the ongoing housing recovery.


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