Interest rates for mortgage loans broke five straight weeks of declines caused by the bank crisis. This week, the 30-year fixed rate rebounded due to recent data indicating a still-resilient economy, the potential continuity of the Federal Reserve’s tightening monetary policy, and pressures in the secondary market.
“For the first time in over a month, mortgage rates moved up due to shifting market expectations,” Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist, said in a statement. “Home prices have stabilized somewhat, but with supply tight and rates stuck above 6%, affordable details ⇒
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