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Which one is best, an adjustable or fixed-rate mortgage loan? There are advantages and disadvantages to both you should consider.
According to data released Thursday by Freddie Mac, mortgage rates have fallen below 3% for the first time in 50 years.
If you like the stability and predictability of paying the same mortgage each month, then a fixed-rate mortgage is the way to go for you.