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30-year mortgage rates rise above 6%

Upswing threatens to put drag on prices

By Chris Reidy
Globe Staff / October 14, 2005

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Interest rates on 30-year, fixed-rate home mortgages yesterday rose above 6 percent for the first time since late March, increasing the chances that housing prices could flatten or decline and signaling that the era of low mortgage rates may be coming to an end. (Full article: 773 words)

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