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Mortgage rates rose across the board this past week on positive jobs data and increasing bond yields, Freddie Mac said recently.
The 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage hit 3.92% for the week ending March 15, up from 3.88% the previous week and down from 4.76% a year ago, the government-sponsored enterprise said.
In addition, the 15-year, FRM hit 3.16%, up from 3.13% a week earlier, and down from 3.97% last year.
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