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Mortgage Rates at 3-Week Lows

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

Mortgage rates moved lower today, despite slightly weaker underlying bond markets. This has been an ongoing phenomenon in recent days. Bonds improve, implying lower mortgage rates, but lenders wait to drop rates until bond market improvement is vetted. In the current case, yesterday’s market gains remained relatively intact despite today’s market losses, thus giving lenders the green light to pass the gains through to mortgage rate sheets. Although today’s rates aren’t appreciably lower than yesterday’s, they’re technically the best we’ve seen since June 28th. More lenders are quoting top tier conventional 30yr fixed rates of 4.0% instead of 4.125%, and some of the aggressive lenders are back down to 3.875%. If there’s been an underlying reason for the hesitation on the part of lenders, the…(read more)

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Source: Mortgagenewsdaily

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