Fixed mortgage rates dropped to the lowest levels since May 2015, according to Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) released late last week.
Mortgage rates have been steadily climbing uphill in recent weeks, but that trend reversed course in the latest data from mortgage giant Freddie Mac.
Mortgage rates remained largely unchanged on a weekly basis, mortgage giant Freddie Mac revealed in its latest weekly mortgage report this week.
Mortgage rates jumped sharply on a weekly basis as mortgage activity slowed, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) said in its weekly mortgage report.
Fixed mortgage rates continued to climb higher, seeing a huge weekly spike, and now sit higher than at this point a year earlier, Freddie Mac revealed in its weekly mortgage report.
Mortgage rates for both fixed-rate mortgages and adjustable-rate mortgages rose again on a weekly basis, Freddie Mac said in its weekly mortgage report.
Mortgage rates continued to head higher this week as mortgage activity dropped sharply, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) said in its weekly mortgage report.
Mortgage rates continued to climb higher as the economy responded to increased consumer spending, mortgage giant Freddie Mac said.
Mortgages rates have reversed the downward trend seen much of 2013 and headed uphill in recent weeks.
Mortgage rates reversed course and header higher on a week-over-week basis, Freddie Mac said in its weekly mortgage report.