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Current mortgage rates - April 27, 2015

At the moment, there isn’t a whole lot of economic data that’s pushing or pulling mortgage rates in either direction. Stability, especially when rates are as low as they are, gives mortgage shoppers more time to get their deals done without fear that drastically rising rates will shift their affordability picture. Last week, according to HSH.com’s weekly Market Trends newsletter, the overall average rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages moved up by just 0.01% to 3.78%. The 15-year companion increased by 0.02% to 3.12%. FHA-backed 30-year FRMs climbed 0.02% to 3.59%. The overall 5/1 Hybrid ARM held steady at 2.90% for the week ending April 24.
Loan Current Previous
30-year Fixed *
3.77 3.82
15-year Fixed *
3.10 3.14
1-year ARM
2.69 2.36
* Conforming, Expanded Conforming, and Jumbo Rates.
Time Range: 1m | 6m | 1y

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