Maybe the days of rock-bottom mortgage interest rates aren’t numbered, after all. Once again, rates are creeping down towards 4%.
Rates dropped 0.09 percentage point this week to 4.23% for a 30-year, fixed -rate home loan, according to the latest weekly report from Freddie Mac.
Mortgage rates started the year at 4.53%, and have sunk each week in 2014, falling a total of 0.3 percentage point.
Borrowers with a 4.23% mortgage would pay $982 a month on a $200,000 balance, compared with $1,017 on a 4.53% loan. (read more –>)
courtesy of: http://money.cnn.com/