Mortgage Rates Rise to 6.7%, Highest Since 2007

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Mortgage rates surged for the sixth week in a row, moving closer to 7%. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 6.70% in the week ending September 29, up from 6.29% the week before, according to Freddie Mac. That’s the highest level since July 2007.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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[28th Reuters] - The 30-year mortgage fixed interest rate for the week until the 23rd announced by the American Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) on the 28th rose 27 basis points (bp) on average to 6.52%, 2008/8 It recorded a high level since then. Mortgage interest rates are rising against the backdrop of aggressive interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve (FRB) aimed at curbing inflation, and pressure on the housing sector is intensifying. …

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Average 30-year U.S. mortgage rates have hit 6.7%, the highest level since 2007, mortgage giant Freddie Mac reported Thursday.

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