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Timing is everything and when it comes to buying a car, that saying couldn’t be more true. Negotiating and haggling with car salesmen can reduce the price of what you have to pay for a new whip. But if you … Continue reading →
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Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates ended the day (and the year) on Thursday immediately adjacent to their all-time low. We’ve grown used to rates barely moving in […]
Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Happy New Year! Yesterday, average mortgage rates remained stuck to the all-time low like a honeymooning couple. They’ve remained close throughout the last couple of […]
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Mortgage rates were off to a very bad start this morning, but recovered a portion of what they lost by the end of the day. The specifics depend greatly on the lender in question. Sadly, few if any lenders are still able to offer the rates seen yesterday. To make matters worse, yesterday’s rates were already significantly higher than those seen just one week prior. But how about a big silver lining? One week prior to yesterday, the average lender was offering all-time low mortgage rates. So being “significantly higher” than that still hasn’t been enough to move the average top tier conventional 30yr fixed quote up to 3%. Before covid, 3.125% was the lowest ever 30yr fixed rate! If you’re in the purchase market, 2.75% is still common (2.875% for refis). Lenders continue to be widely stratified…(read more)
Mortgage rates move slightly higher but remain near record lows The Washington Post
Known as “The Crisco House,” the recently renovated 12,862-square-foot residence on College Street in Macon, GA, has quite a lustrous history.
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