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  • 30 yr fixed mtg 3.89% Change

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    3.91%

  • 15 yr fixed mtg 3.09% Change

    0.06%

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    3.03%

  • 30 yr fixed jumbo 4.29% Change

    0.04%

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    4.25%

  • 15 yr fixed jumbo 4.03% Change

    -0.03%

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    4.06%

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  • 1 yr CD 1.05% Change

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    1.04%

  • 2 yr CD 1.16% Change

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    1.17%

  • 3 yr CD 1.31% Change

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    1.30%

  • 5 yr CD 1.72% Change

    0.02%

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    1.70%

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