Freddie Mac’s Mortgage Rate Survey reveals some of the lowest mortgage rates of 2014

Today Freddie Mac released their Primary Mortgage Market Survey showing the 30 year fixed rate at some of the lowest levels for this year. Freddie’s PMMS is based on survey of various lenders from rates quoted the previous week and is intended to show consumers what the average rate and points for that rate were last week.


This time last year, Freddie Mac’s PMMS reported the 30 year at 4.57% with 0.7 in points.

Freddie Mac predicts that mortgage rates will remain low for the remainder of this year and rise to around 5% by the end of next year. 5% is a very low rate, historically speaking, but doesn’t sound as sweet as a 30 year fixed rate in the low 4’s.


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