Mortgage Rates Move Slightly Higher

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Mortgage Rates Move Slightly HigherMortgage rates moved slightly higher this week but are not much higher from all-time lows. 30-year mortgage rates are currently averaging 3.69 percent, up from the prior week's average 30-year rate of 3.68 percent. If you're looking for a mortgage to purchase a home or refinance an existing loan, you can easily find 30-year mortgage rates below the average of 3.69 percent. For example, right now on our mortgage rate tables there are lenders quoting 30-year mortgage rates at 3.00 percent.

Average Conforming Mortgage rates



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  • 30-year 3.69%, up 0.01%

  • 15-year 3.19%, up 0.02%

  • 5-year adjustable 3.66%, up 0.04%


Average Jumbo Mortgage Rates



  • 30-year jumbo 3.73%, up 0.03%

  • 15-year jumbo 3.23%, down 0.01%

  • 5-year jumbo adjustable 3.72%, unchanged


Low Mortgage Rates Fueling Home Purchases


These near record low mortgage rates are enticing buyers into the market during the winter, which historically has been a slow time for home purchases. The Mortgage Bankers Association reported mortgage applications for new home purchases increased 35.3 percent compared from a year ago. Compared to December 2019, applications increased by 40 percent.

To get the best deal on a mortgage for a home purchase or refinancing a current loan search for and compare mortgage rates right here at MonitorBankRates.com.
 
Author: Brian McKay
February 20th, 2020