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Mortgage rates may go down in the fall

[Housing Wire] Reverse mortgage professionals are increasingly directing their attention to the traditional mortgage market knowing how 30-year mortgage rates impact home prices. .

HousingWire reports that 30-year fixed mortgage rates continued to climb for the third consecutive week, rising to 6.96%, but may go down this fall if…


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  1. As to waiting until age 70 to claiming Social Security benefits, 10% (as would 5%) would be an all time high.


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