Mortgage Rates

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(Best Syndication News) External forces affect the mortgage interest rates charged by lenders. Competition for the capital markets is a driving force determining whether rates go up or down.

Best Syndication has tracked rates and some of the benchmarks affecting mortgage rates for several years. Bookmark this page for regular updates in our research.

Since most loans are sold before the end of their term, many lenders will use the 10-year note yield as a benchmark for their 30-year mortgage rate. The banks we polled said they use the 1-year LIBOR or the 6-month LIBOR to index their adjustable rate mortgages (ARMS).

Below is a snapshot of the current mortgage rates and 100-business-day trend. The top chart includes the benchmarks we track.

Graph of Benchmarks

Graph of mortgages

HSBC Mortgages

Graph of Wells Fargo Rates

Graph of JPMorgan Chase Loan Rates

Graph Bank of America Rates

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