Mortgage Rates End Bad Month on Good Note

Mortgage rates managed to scrape together modest gains for today’s month-end session. In terms of the financial markets that dictate mortgage rates, the last day of the month can be a volatile day that shuns the normal cause and effect relationships between data and market movement. Today’s example thankfully bucked that trend (perhaps because the rest of the month had already given us plenty of volatility). Trading levels were stable to stronger all day, allowing many lenders to drop rates in the middle of the day. 3.75% remains intact as the most prevalently-quoted conventional 30yr fixed rate for top tier scenarios, though 3.875% is still fairly common. Lenders erred on the side of cautio…
Mortgage Rates Newsletter – Market Analysis

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