Mortgage Rates Increase Slightly
February 9, 2023
Following an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve and a surprisingly strong jobs report, mortgage rates increased slightly this week. The 30-year fixed-rate continues to hover close to six percent, and interested homebuyers are easing their way back to the market just in time for the spring homebuying season.
To see rates today and all the way back to 1971 click: Freddie Mac Rate Survey Website
Below are the Highs and Lows
On October 21, 1981 the survey said 18.39% on a 30-Yr FRM
On December 24, 2020 the survey said 2.66% on a 30-Yr FRM
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