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A confluence of positive economic data is good news for the capital markets, but for would be home buyers, it could mean more rate-hiking by the Federal Reserve as mortgage rates have already hit a level not seen in eight years. Secondary mortgage market participant Freddie Mac published the results of its Primary Mortgage Market […]
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