The 30-year fixed mortgage rate continued its upward trajectory for the third consecutive week, rising to 6.96%, according to Freddie Mac.
Since the last FOMC meeting in July, all eyes have been fixed on Thursday’s Consumer Price Index release. Another rate hike in September would move the target federal funds rate to its highest level since March 2001.
According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist and senior vice president of research at NAR, “mortgage rates are likely to be past their peak and on the way downward.” Yun was pleased to see deceleration in details ⇒
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