November 26, 2011 by staff
Adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), did reach new record lows. The initial interest rate on a five-year Treasury-indexed ARM dropped to 2.91 percent, Freddie Mac reported. That was lower than last week’s 2.97 percent, and it breaks the previous record low of 2.96 percent for five-year ARMs, set during the week of Oct. 6.
Average rates on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage dipped to 3.98 percent, down from 4 percent. The average rate for the 15-year fixed home loan slipped to 3.30 percent, down from 3.31. Both are just a hair–0.04 percentage points–above their respective all-time lows, according to Freddie Mac, also set on Oct. 6.
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