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Why Are Mortgage Rates Falling After The Fed Started Raising Interest Rates?

After June 2017’s rate hike, the Fed has now raised their Fed Funds rate by a full 1% since the financial crisis began in 2008. The benchmark interest rate range is now between 1% – 1.25%, with more Fed hikes likely to come. See chart below. Despite the Fed raising interest rates three times since Read More...
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