Monday, January 10, 2011

Mortgage Rates Are Low and Won't Stay There Forever!

The national average on a 30 year fixed rate mortgage dropped to 4.36 percent in August 2010, lower than it's been in the past half century. Interest rates for the same time last year averaged 5.19 percent, representing a difference of $90 in the monthly payment on a $200,000 home with 10 percent down, as well as a savings of $32,460 over the life of the loan. For more reasons why now is prime time to buy a home, contact me, Beth McIntyre at 860-508-7855 or, and I'll send you a free ebook.

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