Posts Covering Mortgage Rates

Today’s Mortgage Rates Analysis

Current mortgage rates and mortgage market movement. Today's mortgage rates and mortgage news. Live rate quotes available. News and data provided by MBSQuoteline, a real-time mortgage market data service available to loan officers, real estate agents, and other finance professionals.

Surprise! Mortgage Rates Didn’t Rise This Week

Mortgage rates are holding low, despite a Fed warning, rising stocks, and a hot job market, and rising inflation. Breakdown and analysis.

Study: Mortgage Consumers Refuse To Shop For Rates

Fewer than 25% of mortgage consumers apply with more than one lender. Know these time-proven strategies to find the best loan and rate for you.

How ARM Rates Work: 3/1, 5/1, 7/1 And 10/1 Mortgages

ARM rates are becoming more attractive as home prices rise and fixed interest rates increase. Here's how to save money with an ARM home loan.

Freddie Mac: Today’s Mortgage Rates Are Well Below Historic Norms

30-year mortgage rates are remaining at historic lows. Today's rates are a boon for the U.S. economy and consumers alike.

How The Fed Affects HELOC Rates

HELOC rates are often based on the Prime rate, which is directly affected by rates set by the Federal Reserve. Here's how you can save money on a HELOC, even when rates increase.

Mortgage Rates In 2017 Are Headed Where?

Mortgage rates in 2017 are probably headed higher, if you believe most analysts. However, they also predicted higher rates in 2016, and they were wrong.

Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates Rock-Steady At 4.19%

30-year mortgage rates are remaining at historic lows. Today's rates are a boon for the U.S. economy and consumers alike.

How The Trump Travel Ban Is Changing Mortgage Rates

The travel ban recently signed by President Trump is affecting today's mortgage rates. Why this is happening, and how to react as a mortgage rate shopper.

February 2017 Mortgage Rates Forecast (FHA, VA, USDA, Conventional)

Mortgage rates will move based on key events in February. The Fed meeting, the Jobs Report, and President Trump's first full month in office.

5 Reasons Rising Interest Rates Are Good

Rising interest rates are not necessarily evil. In fact, they can help some homebuyers. Here's what you need to know.

Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates Reverse Directions, Climb Again

30-year mortgage rates were falling, but are rising again on strong performance within the economy. When will rates fall?

Inauguration Day : Mortgage Rates And The Housing Market Under Donald Trump

After Inauguration Day, mortgage rates and the housing market could change. Forecast of the new administration, and what to do now as a home buyer or homeowner.

Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates Continue Falling

30-year mortgage rates descend from heights reached in late-December. With conventional loan rates above 4%, which mortgage programs still offer rates in the 3s?

Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates Pull Back From 33-Month High

30-year mortgage rates descend from 2.5-year highs. Consumers are now looking at 15-year fixed and 5-year ARM loans for rates in the 3s.

Freddie Mac: First Time In 10 Weeks Mortgage Rates Have Dropped

30-year mortgage rates descend from 2.5-year highs. Consumers are now looking at 15-year fixed and 5-year ARM loans for rates in the 3s.

Rising Mortgage Rates? Don’t Fall For That Myth

Rising mortgage rates don't have to scare you. Here's how to deal with them.

January 2017 Mortgage Rates Forecast (FHA, VA, USDA, Conventional)

January will remain volatile for mortgage rates, with the Fed meeting, Jobs Report, and news about the incoming administration. What to watch for this month.

Mortgage Rate Surveys: Where Are Today’s “Real” Mortgage Rates?

There are tens of mortgage rate surveys online, and they all show different interest rates. Which are the best, and which should you ignore?

15-Year Mortgage Rates Are Now Higher Than 30-Year Rates Were Just Weeks Ago

30-year mortgage rates continue to rise, but "deals" can still be had with 15-year fixed and adjustable-rate loans.

2017 Conforming, FHA, & VA Loan Limits

Mortgage loan limits for every U.S. county, as published by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)