Freddie Mac reported a plunge in mortgage rates in the week ending April 21 as Treasury yields dropped. 

After four straight weeks of increases, the 30-year fixed mortgage fell 11 basis points to 4.80% with an average 0.7 point, its lowest level since mid-March. This places the no point rate just under 5% which is likely to stimulate refinancing activity.

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