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Mortgage rates today, February 14, 2020, plus lock recommendations

Forecast plus what’s driving mortgage rates today Happy Valentine’s Day! (Of course you didn’t forget.) Mortgage rates won’t break your heart today, but they won’t make you fall in love, either. Average mortgage rates were mixed, but the 30-year fixed rate (the most popular choice) rose on easing coronavirus fears. …

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15-year mortgage rate charts | Mortgage Rates, Mortgage News and Strategy : The Mortgage Reports

15-year mortgage rate chart shows historical lows Charts for 15-year mortgage rates have a great story to tell. They show a way to cut interest costs by tens of thousands of dollars over the life of the loan. But while 15-year financing offers some important advantages, it’s often a financial …

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Mortgage rates today, February 7, 2020, plus lock recommendations

Forecast plus what’s driving mortgage rates today Average mortgage rates just inched lower yesterday, in line with our prediction. Although the drop wasn’t enough to materially affect your rate, it came as a relief after two days of appreciable rises. And it leaves them in uberlow territory. This morning’s better-than-expected …

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How low can we go? 30-year mortgage rates chart tells the story Mortgage Rates, Mortgage News and Strategy : The Mortgage Reports

30-year mortgage rates chart: Where are we now? If you look at 30-year mortgage rate charts, there’s a trend you can’t miss. Today’s rates are low. Really low. In fact, mortgage rates in early 2020 are less than half the historic norm. This makes mortgages more affordable and homes more …

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Mortgage rates today, January 31, 2020, plus lock recommendations

Forecast plus what’s driving mortgage rates today Average mortgage rates fell moderately yesterday, as we predicted. Added to other recent falls, it took those rates to new lows. Depending on your lender and the type of mortgage you’re getting, that low may be a four-month one or a 40-month one. …

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