Fixed mortgage rates declined for the seventh straight week in response to weaker than expected economic news, along with, ongoing European debt woes. 

For the week ending June 2, Freddie Mac reported 30-year fixed mortgage rates declined five basis points from last week to 4.55% with an average 0.6 point which equates to a no point rate of 4.70%.

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