The Federal Reserve left rates at zero amid the ongoing economic damage caused by the coronavirus.
The Federal Reserve is the central banker of the USA. How “the Fed” works, what it actually does, and how it affects everyday U.S. mortgage rates.
Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates fell appreciably yesterday. And conventional loans today start at 3.125% (3.125% APR) for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage. Yesterday’s fall means that mortgage
Weekly jobless claims fell only sightly last week as the labor market’s recovery stalls.
USDA loans allow zero down payment and have lenient requirements. Plus, USDA loan rates are below average. See if you qualify for a USDA mortgage.