mortgage rates

Mortgage loan rates rose last week, with conventional 30-year fixed mortgages topping 4%. Refinancings were down sharply.
Applications for new mortgage loans rose just slightly last week as mortgage interest rates popped higher. Volatility in the mortgage market is making it difficult for borrowers to lock-in a low rate.
Mortgage loan rates on a 30-year fixed-rate loan dropped last week and home mortgage refinancing posted a second consecutive double-digit increase.
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Applications for new mortgage loans rose last week both as a response to slightly lower interest rates and a sharp increased in mortgage refinancing.
Mortgages loans for new purchases and refinancings dropped sharply last week as mortgage interest rates climbed.
Mortgage loan rates rose last week as demand for U.S. Treasury notes slipped and yields rose. Applications for new mortgages were flat and refinancings also dipped week over week.
Adjusted to account for the Labor Day holiday, mortgage applications increased by 2% last week. Loan rates were flat for the week, but have taken a turn higher so far this week.
Applications for new mortgage loans dipped last week even though mortgage loan rates remained at 21-month lows.
Mortgage loan rate changes were mixed last week and applications for new mortgages remained flat. Refinancings have reached their highest level in nearly three years.
Mortgage loan rates reached new three-year lows last week as demand for U.S. Treasuries drove down yields and lowering mortgage lending rates.
Mortgage loan rates have plummeted following China's surprise currency devaluation. Refinance applications have jumped.
Applications for new mortgage loans slipped a bit last week while rates on the most popular mortgages remained steady at just over 4%.
Freddie Mac forecasts that mortgage lending will rise this year and next on the strength of combined low mortgage interest rates and slowing home price growth.
Mortgage loan rates decreased slightly last week, but the drop had no positive effect on the number of new mortgage loan applications which also dipped slightly.