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Historical 30-Year Mortgage Rates
30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average in the United States
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May 6, 2015: Mortgage rates are down near their historical lows. Warren Buffett says "Bonds are overvalued" and he would short them if it was easier.   Today Chartoftheday.com1 sent out the chart below and said:
For some perspective on all-important long-term interest rates, today's chart illustrates the 44-year trend of 30-year mortgage rates (thick blue line). Ongoing concerns over a sluggish global economy in addition to a potential deflationary environment have encouraged investors, institutions and governments alike to move a portion of their investment dollars to the relative safety of US bonds. This has resulted in a significant decline in the yield of long-term debt instruments. In fact, 30-year mortgage rates have declined a significant 67 basis points (i.e. 0.67%) over the past year. This decline has brought 30-year mortgage rates down to two-year lows and fairly close to the center of its 29-year downtrend channel.
Thirty Year Mortgage Rates

Historical Mortgage Rates
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30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average in the United States

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