As of yesterday, we knew mortgage rates were already in line with their lowest levels ever.  It wouldn’t have taken much to set the record today and indeed that’s exactly what happened.  Thus we find ourselves in a familiar situation where rates have returned slowly and steadily to an all-time low boundary after an initially volatile reaction (this time, the initial bounce was back in early March).  At times like this, it’s not uncommon to see a series of additional forays into what are technically “all-time lows.”

Will those rates be far enough away from today’s to suggest that anyone waits to lock a rate if they’re in a position to do so?  

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