Mortgage Rates on 30-Year U.S. Loans Hit Yet Another Record Low

Mortgage rates on 30-year U.S. loans slid to a record low for the second straight week. Rates for 30-year fixed loans averaged to 4.58 percent in the week ending July 1, from 4.69 percent last week, Freddie Mac said in a statement. The average 15-year rate fell to 4.04 percent (4.77% a year ago this time), also a new low, the McLean, Virginia-based company said.

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