Mortgage interest rates dipped again this week, falling near the lows last seen in 2015, Freddie Mac reported this morning. The 30-year, fixed rate averaged 3.65 percent while the 15-year, fixed rate averaged 2.95 percent. In a news release, Freddie Mac attributes the sixth consecutive week of rate declines to ongoing market volatility. Read more.
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