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Record-low mortgage rates are coming…

From Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, Editor, True Wealth:

Mortgage rates in the U.S. are incredibly low… and there’s a great chance they’ll go lower…

Last week, U.S. 30-year mortgage rates finished the week around 3.6%.

They haven’t been this low – basically ever. (The exception is late 2012, when they nearly touched 3.3%.)

As an American, it sounds outrageous to even consider that they could go lower. But when you take the rest of the world into account, it’s not as outrageous as it seems.

I will show you why today. But first, let’s back up for a minute…

Where do mortgage rates come from? Who decides what they will be?

Typically, the U.S. 30-year mortgage rate is (somewhat) based off of the U.S. 30-year Treasury bond interest rate…

Take the 30-year government rate (which is thought of as the “risk-free” rate)… add a bit of interest due to the risk of…


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