Mortgage rates are at new year-to-date lows in response to the sharp decline in yields following weaker than expected economic news and ongoing worries regarding EU debt.

For the week ending June 9, Freddie Mac reported 30-year fixed mortgage rates declined six basis points to 4.49% with an average 0.7 point.  This places the no point rate at 4.67%.

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