moved higher after some initial upward movement in mortgage rates . Before that spike, existing-home sales never ..... existing-home sales are back above 5 million units. Mortgage rates have stabilized or declined, depending on the period
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.13% in the week ending July 24, unchanged from the prior week and just above the 4.12% low for the year hit three weeks ago, according to Freddie Mac's latest weekly survey . The 15-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.26%, up from 3.23% a week ago. A year
MBA Mortgage Applications: Composite Index: +2.4% vs. -3.6% last week. Fixed 30-year mortgage rates unchanged at 4.33% . Post your comment!
SYDNEY, July 23 (Reuters) - Two of Australia's biggest banks cut their fixed-rate home loans on Wednesday in a move analysts said reflected lower borrowing costs and expectations that the Reserve Bank of Australia will keep rates at record lows.
homebuilder sentiment, falling mortgage rates , improved weather, and much ..... excuses is huge, including higher mortgage rates , higher prices, lack of land ..... shortages. But looking forward, mortgage rates are down from the beginning of
The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell slightly to 4.13% from 4.15% in the prior week, according to the new report from Freddie Mac . The average rate for the 15-year fixed ticked lower to 3.23% in the latest week from 3.24% prior. A year ago, the respective rates for the 30-year
MBA Mortgage Applications: Composite Index: -3.6% vs. +1.9% last week. Purchase Index: -8% vs. +4% last week. Refinance Index: -0.1% vs. +0.4% last week. Fixed 30-year mortgage rates 4.33% vs. 4.32% last week. Post your comment!
The average rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages rose to 4.15% from 4.12% in the prior week, according to the latest weekly survey from Freddie Mac. The average rate for 15-year fixed-rate mortgages climbed to 3.24% in the latest week from 3.22%. A year ago, the respective rates averaged 4.51% and
MBA Mortgage Applications: Composite Index: +1.9% vs. -0.2% last week. Purchase Index: +4% vs. -0.7% last week. Refinance Index: +4% vs. +0.1% last week. Fixed 30-year mortgage rates 4.32% vs. 4.28% last week. Post your comment!
think it will be gradual. The stalling of home price appreciation, the stabilization of vacancy rates and falling mortgage rates all suggest that shelter inflation should not rise much beyond 3% YoY. Recent high readings of food inflation should