Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates crossed the 4 percent mark this week, a slight increase in the wake of the Federal Reserve decision this month to hike a key short-term interest rate.
Here's a look at rates for fixed- and adjustable-rate mortgages this week and over the past year:
|Current avg.||Last week||52-week high||52-week low|
|30-year fixed||4.01 percent||3.96 percent||4.09 percent||3.59 percent|
|15-year fixed||3.24 percent||3.22 percent||3.25 percent||2.92 percent|
|5-year adjustable||3.08 percent||3.06 percent||3.08 percent||2.82 percent|
|1-year adjustable||2.68 percent||2.68 percent||2.68 percent||2.37 percent|