U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise With 30-Year Highest in 4 Months – Bloomberg

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U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise With 30-Year Highest in 4 Months
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U.S. mortgage rates rose for a second week, increasing borrowing costs as tight supplies of listings drive up home prices. The average rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage was 3.53 percent in the week ended today, up from 3.42 percent and the highest since
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