Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates won’t hit rock bottom again

While the employment picture is improving, unemployment and underemployment are still running high, andmortgage rates, which hit historical lows just a few months ago, are on the rise again. many.

Freddie Mac’s Mortgage Rate survey explained. research Note: Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage market survey (pmms) is the longest running weekly survey of mortgage interest rates in the United States. Since Freddie Mac launched its survey in 1971, others have begun collecting and reporting mortgage rate information.

Yet, none of this seems to be of much worry to investors, who are desperate to park their money in something more profitable than the rock bottom interest rates. and Freddie Mac combined to issue.

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Mortgage Rate Dip Again Posted on August 6, 2012 by Sandra James On one hand we have hints of an improving economy but on the other we have news from Freddie Mac that the 30-year mortgage rates have hit rock bottom, at least close to that.

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Home prices rise 0.3% in August, up 5.6% since January Inflation picked up in March, with the CPI rising 0.4% and strengthening to 1.9% yr/yr. The trend in inflation remains tame, however, with consumer prices. January and February, the consensus.

U.S. housing prices will hit bottom this spring and begin to rise again next year, Frank Nothaft, chief economist at Freddie Mac, said yesterday. Mortgage rates continue to set new July 30, 2010.

Mortgage rates already hover near historic lows. The 30-year fixed rate mortgages were 3.55% in the week ending Wednesday, according to Freddie Mac. levels down again according to the latest Census.

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"By the third quarter, most people who’ve had a good incentive to refinance will already have done so," says Freddie mac chief economist frank nothaft. The limbo dance of mortgage rates has been.

About a month ago, I discussed whether mortgage rates could drop any lower. At that time, the en vogue 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.32%, per Freddie Mac data.. Today, expectedly, it hit a fresh all-time low, falling to 4.12%.

Mortgage rates hit record low: Freddie Mac.. the second-largest U.S. mortgage finance company. Rock-bottom rates offer a glimmer of hope for a housing market that has failed to find footing in.