Mortgage Loan Rates Unchanged in Nashville

Interest on 30-year fixed mortgages settled at an average of 5.40 percent this past week, reports Freddie Mac, up from 5.38 percent in the previous week and much lower than the prevailing rate of 6.45 percent a year ago. Five-year, hybrid adjustable-rate mortgages…read the entire Nashville mortgage rates update

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Rising mortgage rates put the brakes on mortgage refinancing last week, according to Freddie Mac. The firm’s weekly survey pegged interest on 30-year fixed mortgages at an average of 5.59 percent – up from 5.29 percent last week and the highest rate since November 2008…read the entire Freddie Mac mortgage rates article

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Freddie Mac reports that interest on most long-term mortgages rose this past week. According to the firm, 30-year fixed loans came in last week at an average rate of 4.91 percent, up from 4.82 percent a week earlier; while 15-year fixed mortgages settled at 4.53 percent compared to 4.50 percent over the same period. Interest was also higher on five-year adjustable-rate mortgages, which bumped up to 4.82 from 4.79; but the one-year ARM slipped down to 4.69 percent from 4.82 percent. Read more about Nashville mortgage rates and HASP

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Nashville Mortgage Rates Still Under 5%

Freddie Mac reports a slight rise in the 30-year fixed mortgage rate to 4.86 percent during the week ended May 14 from 4.84 percent the previous week. The 15-year fixed mortgage rate inched up to 4.52 percent from 4.51 percent. Meanwhile, the five-year adjustable mortgage rate slipped to…read the entire Nashville mortgage rates under 5% article.

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Real Estate Slump End in Sight?

It’s the 10 trillion dollar question and there are quite a few opinions:

Over this past weekend, former NAR Chief Economist John Tuccillo posted a weblog entry (“Is the End in Sight?”) with a good analysis of several factors in the current economy and housing market. He seems generally hopeful…see the rest of the real estate slump end in sight story.

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Slight Drop in Nashville Mortgage Rates

Freddie Mac reports a drop in the 30-year fixed mortgage rate to 4.82 percent during the week ended April 16 from 4.87 percent the prior week, while interest on 15-year fixed loans fell to an average of 4.48 percent from 4.54 percent. The five-year hybrid adjustable mortgage rate slipped to 4.88 percent from 4.93 percent, but the one-year ARM rose to 4.91 percent from 4.83 percent.

Read the entire Nashville mortgage rates story.

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