Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates just inched downward yesterday. And that was quite a surprise. All the signs first thing that morning suggested a rise. Key markets
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates edged higher again yesterday. Over the last eight working days, four have seen rises. But the falls have been a little bigger.