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  • 30 yr fixed mtg 4.22% Change

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    4.27%

  • 15 yr fixed mtg 3.19% Change

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    3.24%

  • 30 yr fixed jumbo 4.37% Change

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    4.42%

  • 15 yr fixed jumbo 3.86% Change

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    3.84%

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  • 1 yr CD 1.02% Change

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    1.01%

  • 2 yr CD 1.23% Change

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    1.22%

  • 3 yr CD 1.30% Change

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    1.31%

  • 5 yr CD 1.75% Change

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    1.73%

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