The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage crossed 4% this week for the first time since September 2020, ending the week at 4.019%.
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The rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is lower today, breaking a 4-day streak of increases as the average slid down to 4.019%.
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The tax giant cut ties with the IRS Free File program for 2022.
The Covid-19 relief efforts that were meant to help homeowners with mortgage payments and prevent people from losing their homes is creating a new record for the housing market: Foreclosures filed in 2021 hit the lowest rate in more than a decade. There were 151,153 foreclosure filings in 2021, a 29% drop from 2020 and […]
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It’s a good time to lock in a low refinance rate. The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage refinance remained the same today, keeping rates at historical lows. Today, the average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage refinance is 3.56%, according to Bankrate.com, while the average rate on a 15-year mortgage refinance is 2.88%. […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed life insurance sales to an all time high. Host Teri Barr is talking with Michelle Megna, Insurance Analyst with Forbes Advisor, to learn more about the trend, and what you need to consider if you don't have enough (or any!) life insurance. Michelle also shares information about the latest changes in the industry and how some may actually be a plus for consumers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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