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mortgage rate

n
(Banking & Finance) the level of interest charged by building societies and banks on house-purchase loans
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mortgage rate

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Freddie Mac today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS), showing average mortgage rates holding relatively flat across the board.
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Mortgage rates continue to trend lower, with the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate setting another new record low of 3.
Market concerns over the strength of the economic recovery brought long-term Treasury yields to new lows this week, allowing fixed mortgage rates to reach record levels," said Frank Nothaft, Freddie Mac's chief economist, in a statement.
We believe we are entering the West Virginia market at a very beneficial time for borrowers, as mortgage rates are close to historical lows and affordable housing opportunities are available throughout the state,” commented John Walsh, President of Total Mortgage.
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He notes that mortgage rates didn't increase significantly in 2004 because the economy didn't grow very fast and because the dollar has remained weak.
7 billion now and how Congress chooses to manage it can impact mortgage rates and sales, according to statistics from the 2004 Economic Report of the President.
The simulations of home-buying behavior show cash assistance outstrips the effectiveness of the lower mortgage rates brought about by conforming loans.
These arguments suggest that mortgage rates should provide a relatively stringent test of the proposition that the market for banking services is local.
TORONTO -- Stability is expected to be in store for both fixed and variable mortgage rates - a contrast to continued economic uncertainty on the Canadian and global scale.

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