Just when it looked like mortgage rates couldn’t fall any further, they did. So what’s in it for you? A lot, potentially.
Rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages (excluding jumbos) hit an average of 4.3% in September, the lowest level since 1953, according to Freddie Mac, and are still hovering below 4.5%.
Read the full story on the link below.
- Mortgage rates level off, but may soon rise (hsh.com)
- Mortgage rates flat for the week (marketwatch.com)
- How to take a mortgage holiday (confused.com)