Published: Sun, January 22, 2017
Economy | By Melissa Porter

National mortgage rates for January 19, 2017

National mortgage rates for January 19, 2017

Average rates on 15-year fixed-rate and five-year adjustable mortgages also fell in the latest week.

A year ago at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 3.81%. The 7 year refinance ARM interest rates are available starting at 3.500% with an April of 3.581%. This is down from last week's 4.12% but still up from last year's 3.81%. 7/1 ARMs stand at 3.83% today with an April of 4.005% to start.

The benchmark 30 year fixed rate loan interest rates at Commerce Bank are 4.375% and April of 4.480% today. The 7 year ARM interest rates are 3.125% now yielding an April of 3.915%.

Specifically, the banks stock price moved ahead to 58.23 up +0.07.

The best 30 year refinance loan interest rates are published at 3.750% at Chase today yielding an April of 3.853%.

30 year loans at HSBC Bank (NYSE:HBC) start at 4.4% and April of 4.49% today. 10 year Adjustable Rate Mortgages are published at 3.250% now and an April of 3.866%.

Mortgage rates dropped for the third week in a row after rising significantly after President-elect Donald Trump won the election, however, the 10-year Treasury did see an increase.

Now TD's stock price went down to 49.85 down -0.09.

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