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Current mortgage rates - November 27, 2014

 
Stable mortgage rates are a great thing for homebuyers and refinancing homeowners alike, as they provide the opportunity for borrowers to move through the mortgage process with little worry that their rate, aka costs, will rise and potentially disturb the deal they have in place. Last week’s mortgage rates remained stable, hanging in near record-low territory. Last week, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell by 0.01% to 4.09%. The 15-year fixed-rate fell by 0.01% to 3.36%. FHA-backed 30-year fixed-rate loans also fell by 0.01% to 3.78%. The 5/1 Hybrid ARM increased by 0.01% to 3.10% for the week ending 11/21/14. These interest rates remain just above 2014 lows.
Loan Current Previous
30-year Fixed *
4.10 4.05
15-year Fixed *
3.36 3.32
1-year ARM
2.78 2.76
* Conforming, Expanded Conforming, and Jumbo Rates.
Time Range: 6m | 1y | 3y

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