30-Year Mortgage Rates Dip to 3.54 Percent

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Mortgage rates moved slightly downward nationally in the past week, with 30-year rates at 3.54 percent and 15-year rates at 2.74.
A week ago, the 30-year was at 3.57 percent, the 15-year at 2.76.

Here are the numbers in New England:

This week:
30-year: 3.57 percent
15-year: 2.78 percent

Last week:
30-year: 3.57 percent
15-year: 2.78 percent

A year ago
30-year: 4.01 percent
15-year: 3.21 percent

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One thought on “30-Year Mortgage Rates Dip to 3.54 Percent

  1. HomeBuyer

    As a Hartford area potential home buyer, I am always anxious to read real estate related articles from the Courant…

    However, I’m curious as to the point behind this one. Where did these numbers come from / who provided them? Are any regional banks actually offering these rates?

    Perhaps there would also be some value in gathering opinions from local mortgage providers regarding the potential for rates to go up or down as we head into the spring / summer season (especially as it relates to the Hartford metro market).

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