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December 11, 2009

California Mortgage Rates Rise

California homeowners have taken quite a hit in home values over the last few years.  Many local residents are hoping the record low interest rates will help soften their losses.Just a few weeks ago California mortgage rates hit a new all time record low of 4.375% on a 30 year fixed mortgage. The current California mortgage rates have crept up slightly for conventional, FHA, VA and jumbo home loans. As a result the 10 year treasury yield, used to forecast mortgage rates, has also steadily risen over the past 2 weeks and sits at 3.482% as of close on Thursday afternoon. California home prices have stabilized as pending home sales are at a 2 year high.

 

Current California Mortgage Rates

FreeRateUpdate.com reported the latest rates for wholesale mortgage lenders in California mortgage rates shows California interest rates are up from record lows but holding at present levels. The buy rate for California thirty-year fixed rate is currently at 4.75%.  The current rate for California fifteen-year fixed rate is 4.25%, up from 4.125% last week.

 

FHA Mortgage Rates

Check the California FHA Loan Limits for restrictions by county.  Today’s California jumbo 30 year fixed mortgage rate is 5.875%, up from 5.75% last week. California FHA mortgage rates are near record lows. Today’s California FHA mortgage rates start at 4.75% 30 years fixed, up from 4.375% 2 weeks ago.

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