U.S. mortgage rates declined for the first time in six weeks, pushing down borrowing costs from a seven-month high. The average rates for a 30-year fixed loan fell to 4.81 percent in the week ended today from 4.83 percent, Freddie Mac (FMCC) said in a statement. – Bloomberg
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