Mortgage rates today, March 28, 2019, plus lock recommendations MBS Day Ahead: If Rates Keep Moving Higher, It Could Still Be a Head Fake How can we keep going at a rate like this? We can’t, so I guess I’ma have to leave Please don’t come after me I just wanna be alone right now, I don’t really wanna think at all Go ahead, just.
Rising mortgage rates: Is now the time for ARM loans? But as of March 15, 2018, mortgage rates dropped for the first time this. the 5- year Treasury-indexed hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) was. rising rates are the sign of a healthy economy: Loan officers say 'buy now'.
Mortgage rates had a serious bump on the journey towards lower levels today, with national averages rising at the fastest pace so far this year. Fortunately, even with this quick rise, the day still ended at the sixth best day for mortgage rates in the past 21 months.
Average new home prices in China’s 70 major cities rose 0.7% in May from the previous month, picking up from a 0.6% rise in April and the quickest pace since December, according to Reuters.
Mortgage rates. has already occurred for rates, it’s quickly becoming important to focus on the path ahead. Reason being: rates have generally been flat for more than 2 weeks now. This is.
Mortgage rates have been rising at a pace not seen in almost 50 years. It was 4.61 percent a week ago and 3.95 percent a year ago. The 15-year fixed-rate average jumped to 4.15 percent with an average 0.4 point. It was 4.08 percent a week ago and 3.19 percent a year ago. The five-year adjustable rate average rose to 3.87 percent with an average 0.3 point. It was 3.82 percent a week ago and 3.07 percent a year ago.
Softer activity in 2018 has set the stage for smaller gains in home prices and mortgage rates in the new year, but make no mistake: both are expected to go up.. they’ll do so at a slower pace.
Mortgage rates this week. A year ago, it was 4.02 percent. Four weeks ago, the rate was 4.71 percent. The 30-year fixed-rate average for this week is 0.14 percentage points below the 52-week high of 4.80 percent, and is 0.71 percentage points higher than the 52-week low of 3.95 percent.