Mortgage Rates News
Mortgages rates rise: 30-year hits 4-month high 3.95 percent
Long-term mortgage rates rose this week to the highest level in months. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac says the rate on benchmark 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages hit 3.95 percent, up from 3.90 percent last week and highest since July. A year ago, it stood at 3.94 percent. The rate on 15-year home loans,
US long-term mortgage rates decline to 3.9 percent
US long-term mortgage rates decline to 3.9 percent, a sign of stable borrowing costs
'Real Biz': 20th anniversary of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad'
I am EC news's chief technology. Scores on it here at my office for real is Rebecca Jarvis. An incredible guest with us today welcome out. Thank you I'm honored to have you'd been outlined in selling. Finance book of all time written by this guy's Robert is Saki. The book he has he has a number of
Riding the uptrend in housing construction
After 10 years of under-building, the home construction industry has turned brisk and is gaining momentum as consumers of various ages, motivated by high consumer confidence, seek new places to live. Various indicators show uptrends in different segments of the industry. These include a big
Housing may be on the upswing despite weak growth in the economy
Find out if it is a good time to buy or sell a home, and why economists say the real estate market is the best it has been in 10 years.
Feds hike key interest rate for the second time in 3 months
To the economy now. The federal reserve raising interest rates for the second time in three months. Up a quarter point to 1%, and that rate is linked to many other interest rates that affect you. ABC's chief business correspondent, Rebecca Jarvis, with what this means for your money. Reporter:
Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd talk life as new parents
The 'Dancing with the Stars' pros open up about the recent birth of their first child, a son named Shai.
What Will Cost More This Year?
GasBuddy.com Senior Consumer Analyst Vera Gibbons has the latest on what will cost more and less in 2017.
How Fed Rate Hikes Will Impact Borrowers Next Year
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Dec. 14 for only the second time in a decade. You probably saw some headlines about mortgage rates or credit card costs and then went back to furious holiday preparation or clicked on another story about Donald Trump . After all, what’s a quarter point?