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Mortgage rates increased after Trump's victory

Staff Writer |
The benchmark 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose this week to 3.73 percent from 3.69 percent, according to Bankrate's weekly survey of large lenders.

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A year ago, it was 4.11 percent. Four weeks ago, the rate was 3.62 percent. The last time the 30-year fixed was higher was June 8, at 3.74 percent.

The 30-year fixed mortgages in this week's survey had an average total of 0.23 discount and origination points.

Over the past 52 weeks, the 30-year fixed has averaged 3.78 percent.

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