Mortgage rates jump to a six-week high

 · Mortgage rates hit six week high The 30-year fixed rate jumped to 5.70%, and more volatility is expected as Senate debates the economic stimulus package.

Mortgage Rates Jump Sharply Higher this Week Mortgage rates are sharply higher this week, following U.S. Treasury yields higher. Average 30 year mortgage rates increased almost 30 basis points since the election. 30 year rates are up from 3.49 percent last week before the election to 3.77 percent today.

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Mortgage Rates Jump to 1-Year high; 30-year fixed 3.81% May 30, 2013 Staff 0 Comments Federal Reserve , interest rates , mortgages/housing market Growing expectations that the Federal Reserve will ease its accommodative policy has pushed bond yields higher, resulting in the highest mortgage rates in a year, Freddie Mac said Thursday.

 · After a relatively flat period, U.S. mortgage rates jumped this week, according to Freddie Mac. The 30-year fixed mortgage averaged 4.21 percent for.

Mortgage Rates Weekly Video Update May 5 2019 A strong job market and consumer credit are driving up mortgage rates for the third consecutive week and now to their highest level in six weeks. Mortgage rates are 0.82 percent higher than a year ago-the largest year-over-year increase since May 2014, Freddie Mac reports.

 · U.S. mortgage rates surged to a five-month high, tracking a jump in bond yields after President Barack Obama agreed to extend tax cuts for two years. The average rate.

NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Mortgage rates continued their move higher this week with the benchmark 30-year fixed mortgage rate rising to 3.62. Bankrate: Mortgage Rates Jump to 4.

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The unadjusted version remained 4.0 percent higher than the same week one year ago. "After seeing a six-week streak, mortgage rates for 30-year loans increased slightly, which led to a pullback in.

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but as you might expect, mortgage rates are expected to move higher over the next few years. This isn’t a surprise, given their current historically low levels. But because a 30-year mortgage rate in the high 3% range has become the new normal, some might get sticker shock.