Mortgage rates are higher on average after today's monetary policy announcement from the Federal Reserve. Some lenders adjusted rates higher in the afternoon while others remain on their first rate sheet of the day. That has made for a bit of stratification in rate offerings between lenders and depending where one looks, rates might not be much different from yesterday (and in rarer cases are in better territory). Best-Execution remains split between 3.25% and 3.375%. ( Read More:What is A Best-Execution...
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