U.S. mortgage rates jump higher

Monday, 10 July 2017  (2 weeks ago)
After a recent drop, U.S. mortgages reversed course this week, according to Freddie Mac. The 30-year fixed mortgage averaged 3.96 percent for the week ending July 6, up from 3.88 percent the previous week. A year ago, mortgage rates stood at 3.41 percent. Historically low mortgage rates have propelled U.S. home sales and the...

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