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Mortgage rates drift lower this week

March 31, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a slight decline in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 31, as markets await some important economic data due later this week. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Mortgage rates trending toward 2015 lows

March 24, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a sizable decline in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 24, as the Federal Reserve projects that it will raise rates more slowly than estimated in December. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Awaiting Fed, mortgage rates edge lower this week

March 17, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a slight downturn in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 17, as financial markets await clarity from the Federal Reserve on interest-rate policy. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Mortgage rates on the rise this week

March 10, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing additional firming in mortgage rates in the seven-day period ending March 10, as a strong employment report may accelerate the time when the Federal Reserve begins to lift short-term interest rates. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Mortgage rates roll back this week

March 03, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a modest decline in mortgage rates in the seven-day period ending March 3, as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicated that the Fed has no specific date for raising short-term rates. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.



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Mortgage rates drift lower this week

March 31, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a slight decline in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 31, as markets await some important economic data due later this week. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Mortgage rates trending toward 2015 lows

March 24, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a sizable decline in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 24, as the Federal Reserve projects that it will raise rates more slowly than estimated in December. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Awaiting Fed, mortgage rates edge lower this week

March 17, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a slight downturn in mortgage rates during the seven-day period ending March 17, as financial markets await clarity from the Federal Reserve on interest-rate policy. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Mortgage rates on the rise this week

March 10, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing additional firming in mortgage rates in the seven-day period ending March 10, as a strong employment report may accelerate the time when the Federal Reserve begins to lift short-term interest rates. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


Mortgage rates roll back this week

March 03, 2015

HSH.com releases its latest Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar showing a modest decline in mortgage rates in the seven-day period ending March 3, as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicated that the Fed has no specific date for raising short-term rates. The Weekly Mortgage Rates Radar reports the average rates and points offered by lenders for the two most popular types of mortgages, the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the conforming 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM). Read more.


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