RISMEDIA, July 7, 2011—Mortgage Marvel Rate Trends™, a daily survey of over 950 lenders, shows 30-year, fixed rates bouncing up 0.15% to 4.78% after setting a new six-month low last week.
With the increase in rates over the past week, 30-year fixed rates are 0.44% lower than the 6-month high of 5.22% achieved on February 10, 2011 and 0.58% above the ever-to-date low of 4.20% reached October 12, 2010.
Fifteen-year fixed rates also jumped, but to a lesser degree than the 30-year fixed, ending the week at 3.93% as compared to last week’s 3.85%. The increase in 5/1 ARM rates matched that of the 30-year fixed rate, jumping 0.16% to end the week at 3.80%. The rates for 30-year, fixed rate jumbo loans (typically loans over $417,000) increased just 0.03% to 5.48% this week from 5.45% last week.
For more detailed information, including an interactive graph and state-level detail, go to http://www.mortgagemarvel.com/mortgageratetrends/.
For more information, please visit www.MortgageMarvel.com.
Copyright© 2016 RISMedia, The Leader in Real Estate Information Systems and Real Estate News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be republished without permission from RISMedia.
Content on this website is copyrighted and may not be redistributed without express written permission from RISMedia. Access to RISMedia archives and thousands of articles like this, as well as consumer real estate videos, are available through RISMedia's REsource Licensed Content Solutions. Offering the industry’s most comprehensive and affordable content packages. Click here to learn more! http://resource.rismedia.com