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Mortgage Rates Down

Mortgage rates Trended down Late last week after the release of weak economic data, including a higher unemployment rate and mortgage rates trended down! This is after last month saw a slight increase, according to Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey. Fortunately for current and prospective homeowners, interest rates continue to be very affordable. Through early Read more ›

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Why Mortgage Rates Fluctuate

Why Mortgage Rates Fluctuate Mortgage interest rates fluctuate a bit differently than other, shorter term consumer loan rates. Credit cards, personal and auto loans typically fluctuate with lender cost of funds and prevailing short-term market rates. Mortgage rates change with the national economy strength or weakness, economic forecasts, Federal Reserve controls of the money supply Read more ›

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