Chart of FED Fund Rate and 30-Year Fixed Mortgage Averages in United States
The graph shows the spread between the Federal Funds Effective Rate and 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average in the United States. The Federal Funds Rate is the central interest rate in the U.S. financial markets. The Federal Reserve decisions related to Federal Funds Rate plays a role in mortgage interest rates, but its actions only indirectly affect mortgage rates. Mortgage rates are set by various lending institutions. Few people with existing mortgages are actually paying the current mortgage rates. Homeowners that have existing mortgages have lower rates, than those currently getting mortgages.
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