The 30-year fixed mortgages averaged one basis point higher to 4.24% with an average 0.8 point in the week ending Nov. 4, according to Freddie Mac.

This places the no-point rate in the mid-4.4%s. Meanwhile, 15-year fixed rates declined three basis points to 3.63%, as ARM rates set new record lows.

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