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Mortgage Rates 7-31-2013

By Gretchen Wegrich Updated on 7/31/2013

Are mortgage rates going to go up or down tomorrow? The answer is foreshadowed by today's practically nonexistant rate changes, which serve as a warning that rates may shift suddenly following GDP, ADP Employment data and a Fed announcement this week. Experts predict rates could soar back up to the highs reached July 5, or may even fall back down into the low 4s. In general, rates are expected to rise throughout the later half of 2013.

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The 30 year fixed rate mortgage best execution rate is 4.48%, an increase of 0.01% from Friday. Today's rates shifted towards the 52-week high of 4.73%.

The 15 year fixed rate mortgage best execution rate is 3.67%, an increase of 0.01% over yesterday. The 52-week high is 3.83%.

The FHA 30 year fixed rate mortgage best execution rate held steady at 4.25%.

The Jumbo 30 year fixed rate mortgage best execution rate remained unchanged at 4.53%.

The 5/1 year Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) best execution rate fell to 3.25%, shifting farther from the 52-week high of 3.37%.

About The Author:
Gretchen Wegrich
Gretchen Wegrich is an editor at Lender411. She specializes in mortgage basics, personal finance and green living. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in writing from University of California, San Diego and previously worked at the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Contact her at gretchen@lender411com.

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