[:en]Where will Mortgage Rates be Headed in 2015?[:es]¿Hacia dónde se dirigen las tasas hipotecarias en 2015?[:]

[:en]We finished 2014 with the 30 year fixed mortgage rate at 3.87% as per Freddie Mac. This is very close to the historic lows in the spring of 2013.

However, the Mortgage Bankers Association projects mortgage rates to be about 5% by the end of 2015. The website Investopedia agrees and gives some perspective on the 5% rate:

“Barring another financial and housing market implosion, and if the economy continues to improve, expect interest rates to rise in the latter half of 2015. If they do jump to the 5% range it will be a modest hike when compared to historical averages. Rates will still be far below the approximately 8.5% 30-year fixed-rates mortgages have averaged since 1971 when Freddie Mac started tracking them. Rates averaged 6% in the years leading up to the recession.”

Here are the latest 2015 mortgage rate projections from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Mortgage Bankers’ Association and the National Association of Realtors:

Interest Rates 2015 | Simplifying The Market[:es]Where will Mortgage Rates be Headed in 2015? | Keeping Current Matters

Terminamos 2014 con las tasas hipotecarias fijas a 30 años a 3,87 % según Freddie Mac. Esto está muy cerca a los mínimos históricos en la primavera de 2013.

Sin embargo, La Asociación de Banqueros Hipotecarios proyecta que las tasas hipotecarias van a estar cerca del 5 % para finales de 2015. La página electrónica de Investopedia está de acuerdo y da algunas perspectivas sobre la tasa del 5 %:

“Excepto otra explosión financiera y del mercado de la vivienda, si la economía continua mejorando, espere que las tasas de interés suban a finales de la segunda mitad de 2015. Si suben a la gama del 5 % será un aumento modesto al compararlo con los promedios históricos. Las tasas van a estar muy por debajo del 8,5 % aproximado de las tasas hipotecarias fijas a 30 años en promedio desde 1971 cuando Freddie Mac empezó a monitorearlas. Las tasas tuvieron un promedio del 6 % en los años previos a la recesión”.

Aquí están las últimas proyecciones de las tasas hipotecarias para 2015 según Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, la Asociación de Banqueros Hipotecarios y la Asociación Nacional de Realtors:

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[:en]Where will Mortgage Rates be Headed in 2015?[:es]¿Hacia dónde se dirigen las tasas hipotecarias en 2015?[:]



[:en]We finished 2014 with the 30 year fixed mortgage rate at 3.87% as per Freddie Mac. This is very close to the historic lows in the spring of 2013. However, the Mortgage Bankers Association projects mortgage rates to be about 5% by the end of 2015. The website Investopedia agrees and gives some perspective on the ...

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[:en]Where will Mortgage Rates be Headed in 2015?[:es]¿Hacia dónde se dirigen las tasas hipotecarias en 2015?[:]



[:en]We finished 2014 with the 30 year fixed mortgage rate at 3.87% as per Freddie Mac. This is very close to the historic lows in the spring of 2013.

However, the Mortgage Bankers Association projects mortgage rates to be about 5% by the end of 2015. The website Investopedia agrees and gives some perspective on the 5% rate:

“Barring another financial and housing market implosion, and if the economy continues to improve, expect interest rates to rise in the latter half of 2015. If they do jump to the 5% range it will be a modest hike when compared to historical averages. Rates will still be far below the approximately 8.5% 30-year fixed-rates mortgages have averaged since 1971 when Freddie Mac started tracking them. Rates averaged 6% in the years leading up to the recession.”

Here are the latest 2015 mortgage rate projections from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Mortgage Bankers’ Association and the National Association of Realtors:

Interest Rates 2015 | Simplifying The Market[:es]Where will Mortgage Rates be Headed in 2015? | Keeping Current Matters

Terminamos 2014 con las tasas hipotecarias fijas a 30 años a 3,87 % según Freddie Mac. Esto está muy cerca a los mínimos históricos en la primavera de 2013.

Sin embargo, La Asociación de Banqueros Hipotecarios proyecta que las tasas hipotecarias van a estar cerca del 5 % para finales de 2015. La página electrónica de Investopedia está de acuerdo y da algunas perspectivas sobre la tasa del 5 %:

“Excepto otra explosión financiera y del mercado de la vivienda, si la economía continua mejorando, espere que las tasas de interés suban a finales de la segunda mitad de 2015. Si suben a la gama del 5 % será un aumento modesto al compararlo con los promedios históricos. Las tasas van a estar muy por debajo del 8,5 % aproximado de las tasas hipotecarias fijas a 30 años en promedio desde 1971 cuando Freddie Mac empezó a monitorearlas. Las tasas tuvieron un promedio del 6 % en los años previos a la recesión”.

Aquí están las últimas proyecciones de las tasas hipotecarias para 2015 según Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, la Asociación de Banqueros Hipotecarios y la Asociación Nacional de Realtors:

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[:en]Where will Mortgage Rates be Headed in 2015?[:es]¿Hacia dónde se dirigen las tasas hipotecarias en 2015?[:]



[:en]We finished 2014 with the 30 year fixed mortgage rate at 3.87% as per Freddie Mac. This is very close to the historic lows in the spring of 2013. However, the Mortgage Bankers Association projects mortgage rates to be about 5% by the end of 2015. The website Investopedia agrees and gives some perspective on the ...

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