The average rate for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage fell to 2.71%, the lowest number ever recorded by Freddie Mac's weekly survey of rates, which dates back to 1971
by Patrick Kearns Dec 3
The average 30-year mortgage hit an all-time low of 2.72%, according to Freddie Mac
by Patrick Kearns Nov 19
With 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages dropping to 2.78%, it's the 12th time this year that rates have hit a new low, according to data released Thursday by Freddie Mac
by Patrick Kearns Nov 5
The average rate for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage was 2.81%, a shave higher than last week's historic low of 2.8%, according to Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey
by Patrick Kearns Oct 29
The average 30-year mortgage hit an all-time low of 2.86%, according to Freddie Mac
by Patrick Kearns Sep 10
The 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage average increased for the first time since May to 3.01%, for the week ending July 23
by Patrick Kearns Jul 23
The average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was reported at 2.98%, down from 3.03%. It's the first time the rate fell below 3% since Freddie Mac began tracking weekly rates in 1971
by Patrick Kearns Jul 16
The average 30-year mortgage hit a new all-time low of 3.07% this week, according to data from Freddie Mac released Thursday
by Patrick Kearns Jul 2
Sam Khater, the chief economist at Freddie Mac, looks at how 'filtering' impacts home prices in cities
by Patrick Kearns Apr 21
The average rate for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage is at an all-time low, but it could drop further if the economy stabilizes
by Patrick Kearns Apr 9
Despite the slight rise in rates, homebuyer demand remains strong, according to Redfin Chief Economist Darryl Fairweather
by Patrick Kearns Mar 12
The average 30-year mortgage hit an all-time low of 3.29% this week, according to data from Freddie Mac
by Patrick Kearns Mar 5
The average rate on a 30-year mortgage was 4.06% this week, down from 4.66% at this time last year
by Patrick Kearns May 23
The 30-year-fixed rate fell from 4.28% to 4.06%. Home sales jump expected as buyers rush to take advantage
by Marian McPherson Mar 28
A study found that older Americans are increasingly holding on to homes instead of selling them as they age