2016-11-16 — cnbc.com
More selling in U.S. bond markets Monday pushed mortgage rates to a psychological breaking point. The average contract rate on the popular 30-year fixed mortgage hit 4 percent, according to Mortgage News Daily, a level most didn't expect to see until the middle of next year. Rates have now moved nearly a half a percentage point higher since Donald Trump was elected president.
"The situation on the ground is panicked. Damage control...," said Matthew Graham, chief operating officer of Mortgage News Daily.
Higher mortgage rates... will throw a wrench into an already shaky housing recovery. Home prices have been rising dramatically in the past few months, largely due to a lack of homes for sale
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