Mortgage Rates Hold Steady

Mortgage rates held steady today after spending the past 2 business days recovering from the worst day in more than 2 years last Thursday. As we discussed yesterday, those 2 days of gains have erased more than half of Thursday’s carnage, but today’s sideways move means rates are still slightly elevated compared to most of the past few weeks. The average lender continues to quote conventional 30yr fixed rates of 4.0% for top tier scenarios. 4.0% is ‘elevated’ in its own right when compared to the entire month of October and first part of November. It’s been more of a transitional rate for the mortgage market, with clear instances of rates moving up to 4.125%-4.125% on the worst stretches of 2…
Mortgage Rates Newsletter – Market Analysis

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