Mortgage rates were slightly lower again on Wednesday. Even though the day to day movements have been small, that gets us as close as we've been to the all-time lows seen in late September and early October, with a few exceptions depending on the lender. Best-Execution for Conventional 30yr Fixed Loans has arguably moved down to 3.25% at this point, though 3.375% is still prevalent depending on the lender and scenario. ( Read More:What is A Best-Execution Mortgage Rate? ) US markets didn't do much...
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