Fixed mortgage rates were higher in the week ending April 1, with the 30-year rate breaching 5% after four weeks of sub-5% averages. 

According to Freddie Mac, 30-year fixed mortgage rates rose nine basis points to 5.08%, and is at its highest level since the first week of January. Meanwhile 15-year fixed rates increased five basis points to 4.39%. 

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