After four weeks of increases, mortgage rates turned lower in the week ending Aug. 30 as yields rallied last week in response to the Federal Open Market Committee minutes.

According to Freddie Mac's survey, 30-year fixed mortgage rates declined seven basis points to 3.59%, matching rates in the second week of August and 10 basis points above the historical low of late July.

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