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Current mortgage rates - September 21, 2014

 
Mortgage rates increased again during the week ending September 16, according to the latest Mortgage Rates Radar from HSH.com. The average rate for conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgages rose by 0.06% to 4.25%. This is the highest the conforming 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has been since mid-May. Conforming 5/1 Hybrid ARM rates increased by 0.07%, closing the Wednesday-to-Tuesday wraparound weekly survey at 3.24%, the highest the 5/1 rate has been since January 2014. The increase in the 30-year rate would only boost the monthly payment on a $200,000 mortgage by about $7.
Loan Current Previous
30-year Fixed *
4.25 4.34
15-year Fixed *
3.42 3.51
1-year ARM
2.29 2.96
* Conforming, Expanded Conforming, and Jumbo Rates.
Time Range: 6m | 1y | 3y

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