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Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates see greatest drop in months

30-year rate decreases even after Fed raises rates
Even after the Federal Reserve elected to raise rates in its March meeting, interest rates still followed the Treasury yield, which fell 10 basis points. In fact, this week’s decrease in mortgage interest rates marks the sharpest decline in months.
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Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates break holding pattern, decrease

30-year mortgage rate holds relatively steady in 2017
Mortgage rates dropped this week after holding steady for over a month. The drop demonstrates that, once again, the 30-year mortgage rate stopped following the Treasury yield, which held steady. In fact, the 10-year Treasury yield has seen much more volatility in 2017 than mortgage rates.
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Will you be successful this spring homebuying season? This is what economists predict

Rising interest rates could cause hiccup in home sales
Mortgage interest rates are increasing and could increase even more if inflation rises. Experts explain that while this should mean a deceleration in home prices, that has not been the case. An increase housing inventory remains the only factor that could fulfill home buyer demand and settle rising home prices.
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Freddie Mac: Market uncertainty disorients mortgage rates

30-year mortgage continues to stray from Treasury yield
Mortgage rates increased slightly, once again breaking from the 10-year Treasury yield, which saw a more significant decrease. Freddie Mac’s chief economist explains the divergence between the two numbers stems from rising uncertainty in the market.
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Goldman Sachs: Mortgage interest rates will rise to 5.5% by 2019

Current 30-year mortgage rate is approximately 4.15%
The most recent data from Freddie Mac shows that the average interest rate for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage is around 4.15%, but interest rates are going to increase by a significant margin over the next few years, analysts from Goldman Sachs said in a new report. Here are the details.
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