Morning Minute: Mortgage interest rates fall again; 15-year now below 3 percent

For the third consecutive week, fixed mortgage interest rates have declined, Freddie Mac reports today. The 30-year, fixed rate averaged 3.66 percent, while the 15-year, fixed rate was down to 2.98 percent for the week ending Jan. 15. Read more from Freddie Mac.

In other headlines:

Good Signs for Housing in 2015 – U.S. News and World Report

Can new listings chief help brokers sell more homes? – Crain’s Chicago Business

Buyers Turn to Credit Unions for Mortgages – Daily Real Estate News

2015-01-15T10:22:05-05:00January 15th, 2015|Housing Market|0 Comments

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