Mortgage rates hit 19 month lows this week according to Freddie Mac’s Weekly Survey. The survey showed 30 year fixed-rates were down 13 basis points this week to 3.80%. These are the lowest levels of the year and the lowest since May 2013. The 15 year fixed-rate was down 11 basis points to 3.09%

Ten Year Treasury Rate yields were at 2.20% this afternoon, up only up a couple of basis points since last Thursday. However, they had dipped as low as 2.05% on Tuesday and have risen sharply since yesterday’s FOMC Announcement. See our Daily Interest Rate Updates for the most current bond rates.


Note: Chart above is dynamic and reflects current survey, updated weekly.

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