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Long-term US mortgage rates steady; 30-year at 4.19 percent

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US mortgage rates hold steady with 30-year mortgage rates at 4.19%

ST LOUIS, MO/February 2, 2017 (STLRealEstate.News) Long-term US mortgage rates barely budged this week, after marking their first increase of the year last week.

Current avg Last week 52-week high 52-week low
30-year fixed – 4.19 percent – 4.19 percent – 4.32 percent – 3.41 percent
15-year fixed – 3.41 percent – 3.40 percent – 3.55 percent – 2.72 percent
5-year adjustable – 3.23 percent – 3.20 percent – 3.33 percent – 2.68 percent

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Long-term US mortgage rates fall after 9 weeks of increases

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Long-term US mortgage rates fall

(AP)(STLRealEstate.News) US Long-term Mortgage Rates – After nine straight weeks of increases, long-term US mortgage rates fell this week.

Current avg – Last week 52 – week high 52 – week low

  • 30-year fixed – 4.20 percent – 4.32 percent – 4.32 percent – 3.41 percent
  • 15-year fixed – 3.44 percent – 3.55 percent – 3.55 percent – 2.72 percent
  • 5-year adjustable – 3.33 percent – 3.30 percent – 3.33 percent – 2.68 percent

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US mortgage rates rise to highest level in more than 2 years

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US mortgage rates rise to a 2 year high

(AP)(STLRealEstate.News) US mortgage rates – Long-term U.S. mortgage rates shot up this week to the highest levels in more than two years. Investors are bidding up rates because they believe the incoming Trump administration will drive inflation and economic growth higher with tax cuts and increased government spending. Long-term mortgage rates have risen eight straight weeks.

Current avg Last week 52-week high 52-week low
30-year fixed – 4.30 percent – 4.16 percent – 4.30 percent – 3.41 percent
15-year fixed – 3.52 percent – 3.37 percent – 3.52 percent – 2.72 percent
5-year adjustable – 3.32 percent – 3.19 percent – 3.32 percent – 2.68 percent

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