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What Do Declining Mortgage Rates Mean for Refinancing Activity?—Eaton Vance

Sep 06, 2019 / Fixed-Income, Asset Class Research Research Alliance

The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has fallen to 3.73% from 4.51% at the start of the year. This has led to an uptick in mortgage refinancings and an even bigger increase in refi-related news coverage. Will 2019 be like 2003? Read the latest Advisory Blog post on this topic and find out.

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