Rates on 5-Year ARM Hit Record Low

June 25, 2010

Source: The Wall Street Journal, Amy Hoak

Interest on five-year adjustable-rate mortgages averaged 3.89 percent for the week ended June 17, the lowest level since Freddie Mac began tracking the statistic in January 2005.

One-year Treasury-indexed ARMs also fell, dipping from 3.91 percent to 3.82 percent, the lowest average in more than 10 years. Also, 30-year fixed loans settled at 4.75 percent, a slight gain from 4.72 percent last week.

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