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Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey found that the 30 year fixed mortgage interest line fell slightly until Thanksgiving Day. Since July, the 30-year moving home mortgage has not increased by more than 4 per cent on a 30 year fixed interest basis, which helps home buyers to make themselves affordable in many countries as home values rise due to low inventories.
Recently, mortgage interest rates have been lagging behind the movements in the fixed income markets. Mortgage rates also dropped, albeit only slightly, when interest rates on ten-year government securities dropped significantly below 1.9%. Even if interest rates on mortgages increased to 2.3%, mortgage rates showed only a slight upward trend. "The 30-year mortgage interest dropped by 2 base points to 3.95 per cent in a calm weekend before the Thanksgiving Day.
Last week's business publications did not contain any big surprise, and none is anticipated in the coming few weeks. As the year draws to a close, the only markets left are December 4th - the last of the year's reports on jobs - and December 15th and 16th, the long-awaited annual meetings of the FOMC," said Sean Becketti, Freddie Mac's head of economics.
Thirty year fixed interest mortgage (FRM) loans were 3.95 per cent on aggregate with an aggregate of 0.7 points for the November 25, 2015 period, compared to 3.97 per cent last weekend. One year ago at that point in the year, the 30-year-old FRM stood at an annual mean of 3.97 per cent. Fifteen year fixed interest mortgage rates this weekend averted 3.18 per cent with an annual mean of 0.6 points, the same as last weeks.
One year ago at that point in the year, the 15-year-old FRM stood at an annual mean of 3.17 per cent. Five years Treasury Induced Variable Yield Hybrids (ARMs) stood at an annual 3.01 per cent median of 0.5 points this past weekend, up from 2.98 per cent last weekend. One year ago, the 5-year ARM was 3.01 per cent on one year. Annual Treasury Induced ARM stood at an annual 2.59 per cent on 3.3 points on 3.59 per cent on 3.59 per cent on 3.59 per cent on 3.59 per cent on 1.59 per cent on 2.64 per cent last week. 2.59 per cent on 2.59 per cent last year.
On this date of the previous year, the 1-year ARM stood at an average of 2.44 per cent.