Freddie Mac’s 30Y Commitment Rate Rises To Highest Level Since Jan ’14

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Freddie Mac’s US Mortgage Market Survey 30 Year Homeowner Commitment National rate has jumped to its highest level since January 2014.


The yellow line is the US Treasury 10-year yield.

Investors are expecting higher inflation, also back to 2014 levels.


With inflation expectations and mortgage rates on the rise, it will take more than silver threads and golden needles to buy a home.

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