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U.S Mortgages – Applications Slide as Mortgage Rates Hit Pause

Mortgage rates eased slightly in the week ending 18th October, while a pickup in Treasury yields could lead to 5% in the week ahead. U.S mortgage rates took a pause, following the previous week’s jump in mortgage rates to the highest level since April 2011, with 30-year fixed mortgage […]

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