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U.S. long-term mortgages rates leap; 30-year-old at 4.62 per cent
ASHINGTON (AP) - Long-term US mortgages rates leapt this week following two even weeks dips, reaching their second highest levels this year. Given the background of increasing interest rates in the business world, long-term lending rates are at their highest for seven years. On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve hiked its key interest rates for the second consecutive year, signaling that it could increase its speed of interest hikes.
Mortgagor Freddie Mac said Thursday, the median price on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages was 4.62 per cent, up from 4.54 per cent last week. 4.54 per cent. On the other hand, the 30-year old instalment one year ago was 3.91 per cent on 3.91 per cent on average. Mean rates for 15-year fixed-rate borrowings rose to 4.07 per cent, up from 4.01 per cent last weekend. On 24 May, the annual interest of the 30-year loan spread peaked at 4.66 per cent; the 15-year interest spread peaked at 4.15 per cent.
Mr Freddie Mac Sam Khater, head of the economists, said that the Fed's interest rates increase will have less of an effect on the consumer than its interest rates hikes in recent years. A much smaller proportion of home loan lending is now linked to changes in short-term interest rates - floating rates now make up only 8 per cent of credit, compared with 31 per cent in 2004-2006.
In order to determine your mean interest rates on your home loan, Freddie Mac asks creditors all over the UK between Monday and Wednesday per month. Averages do not involve additional charges, known as points, which most borrower have to owe to get the cheapest interest. Mean 30-year fixed mortage charge dropped to 0.4 points from 0.5 points last weekend.
Continued rise in mortgages rates
According to Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgages Market Survey, mortgages have increased for the third consecutive year. The survey showed that last weekend mortgages reached a high level that had not been reached in over a months time. This 30-year fixed-rate mortgages (FRM) rose from 4.54 per cent last weekend to 4.60 per cent with an annual mean of 0.5 points.
At this point last year, the 30-year-old FRM stood at an annual mean of 3.78 per cent. 15-year-old solid leapt weekly over weekly as well, from 3.99 per cent last weekly to 4.06 per cent with an intersection of 0.5 point this weekly. One year ago, the 15-year-old FRM stood at an annual mean of 3.08 per cent at that point in the year. Freddie Mac Chief Economist Sam Khater says these high rates, the highest since August 2, are due to a "double-blow" from buoyant employment and consumption loan outflows.
Danielle Hale, chief economist at Realtor.com, said Freddie mac was commenting on the figures, stating that rising rates could affect pricing over time.