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Mortgage Rates Start Strong, But Ended Higher

Mortgage rates started weaker and ended stronger yesterday.  Unfortunately, today delivered exactly the opposite scenario.  The underlying bond market (the most important factor in determining mortgage rates) started the day at levels that would have allowed lenders to offer some of their lowest mortgage rates since early November.  But bonds began to deteriorate too early in the day for lenders to ignore.  
As the day continued, mortgage bonds lost more ground.  Ultimately, a majority of lenders were forced to adjust rates even higher than the day’s initial rate sheets.  The net effect is an average conventional 30yr fixed quote that’s right in line with levels from Tuesday afternoon.  Depending on the lender and the scenario, this is anywhere between 3.0 and 3.375%….(read more)Forward this article via email:  Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.
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