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3-Year Graph of 30-year Fixed-Rate Mortgages

 

3-Year Graph of Fixed-Rate Mortgages
(National Average; Combined Loan Amounts)

Here's a three-year look at how fixed rate mortgages (FRMs) have behaved in the market. The averages come from the editorial, objective survey which we've been doing nationwide every week for 30 years. (The graph uses weekly mortgage rates; you can view the monthly averages of those figures here.)

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3 years of FRM rates

Also see our 1-year ARM, 5/1 Hybrid ARM and 15-yr FRM graphs.

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