Examining Gaps Between Mortgage Rates and 10-Year Treasury Yields

May 24, 2023 Demetria Lester

“It’s reasonable to assume that the spread and, therefore, mortgage rates will retreat in the second half of the year if the Fed takes its foot off the monetary tightening pedal and provides investors with more certainty," said Deputy Chief Economist Odeta Kushi, First American Financial Corporation.

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