Record levels of home equity are providing financial security to millions of households.
The rapid rise in mortgage rates is prompting more buyers to seek out adjustable-rate mortgages for lower initial costs.
After a pause last week, the 30-year fixed rate jumped to 5.29%.
This marks the largest increase in the Fed’s rate in more than two decades.
View this chart that offers a state-by-state breakdown of how much more buyers are paying due to the sharp increase in mortgage rates.
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The figure is essentially flat from last week, but home shoppers are still concerned about increases.
Higher rates and home prices have added $580 to a buyer’s monthly expenses.
More borrowers are taking out adjustable-rate mortgages as interest rates reach the highest averages since 2009.
Average closing costs for a single-family home rose 13.4% in 2021.
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