Current 10 year Mortgage interest RatesActual 10 years Mortgage interest rates
Discounting of the 15-year fixed-rate jumbo loan is reflected in the following interest rates. 4.98%, 15 year fixed rate How much this mortgage will cost starts with the rate you charge. The latter would already have been priced into the interest rate market and should not shift. Interest rates and annual percentage rates listed below are subject to change without notice and are valid from 31.10.2018 @ 17:00:00 hours.
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FreeDie Mac: 10 year increase in treasury, mortgage interest rates will ensue | 2018-01-11-11
10-year Treasury returns rise to their highest point since March, according to Freddie Mac's latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey. This means that mortgage rates could also rise soon. Mortgage rates and treasury returns are strongly correlated, as shown by a 30-year chart of traditional mortgage rates and 10-year treasury returns using Federal Reserve Economic Data.
The mortgage rates are higher than Treasury returns because mortgage rates are more risky than government bond rates. There is a danger that some home owners may get into difficulties financially and fail to meet their mortgage liabilities. This is the discrepancy or spreads between Treasury returns and mortgage interest rates. As the following graph shows, mortgage rates have also risen.
At 3.99%, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose in the weekly period ending 11 January 2018 to just under the 4% level. That is an increase over last week's 3.95%, but still a decrease over last week's 4.12%. Also the 15-year-old FRM rose from 3.38% last weekend and 3.37% last year to 3.44% this weekend.
A five-year, Treasury-indexed, hybride, variable-rate, floating-rate mortgage, this weekend averages 3.46%, up slightly from 3.45% last weekend and 3.23% last year.
FreeDie Mac: Mortgages rates stable after abrupt decline - 22.03.2008
Mortgages rates rose slightly after falling for the first straight month in more than two weeks last, but could soon rise again, according to Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey. As mortgage rates tend to track the general ten-year treasury return trend, the 30-year mortgage interest rates could soon see an increase.
This 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose to 4.45% in the weekly period ending 22 March 2018. That is only slightly higher than last week's 4.44% and 4.23% respectively. Also the 15-year-old FRM rose slightly, from 3.9% last weekend and 3.44% last year to 3.91% this weekend. A five-year Treasury-indexed hybride floating mortgage rose to 3.68% from 3.67% last weekend and 3.24% last year.