Mortgage markets improved last week for the second consecutive week.
After 4 weeks of increases, mortgage rates finally recede nationwide.
Mortgage rates rose for the third straight week this week. Could this be the end of rock-bottom mortgage rates?
This week, for the first time since mid-June, the 30-year fixed rate mortgage rate climbed on a week-over-week basis, moving 6 basis points to 3.55%, on average.
30-year fixed rate mortgage rates have now dropped through 5 consecutive weeks, and in 11 of the last 12 weeks.
30-year fixed rate mortgage rates made new, all-time lows once again this week.
The national average 30-year fixed rate mortgage rate fell 5 basis points to 3.66% this week.
Today's mortgage rates are a bargain as compared to just 1 year ago.
For the fifth consecutive week, conforming 30-year fixed rate mortgage rates have dropped to new all-time lows.
Home affordability is receiving a boost from across the Atlantic Ocean this spring.