Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates edged lower yesterday. Of course, that’s welcome. But, in the bigger picture, these rates have been becalmed for weeks. First thing, mortgage
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates inched higher yesterday. So we haven’t seen a fall since Monday. Of course, these rates are still very low. But the downward
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates held steady yesterday. A fall had looked likely early in the morning. But markets changed direction as the day wore on. This
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates edged lower again yesterday. That makes three consecutive business days of falls. And we might be starting on the fourth. Because mortgage
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