Last week's Fed cut has made mortgages more attractive, albeit in different degrees.

The Fed's action is good for mortgages only to the extent that "additional Fed easing might cause long-term rates to edge upward and as a result reduce prepayment speeds," said David Berson, vice president and chief economist at Fannie Mae.

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