Dion Rabouin

Episode 19

Mortgage Rates Are Now 5%. Here’s What That Means for the Housing Market.

An increase of just a couple of percentage points can mean a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars

By Dion Rabouin

香蕉视频苹果下载With the average 30-year mortgage rate rising to 5%, home ownership may now be out of reach for millions more Americans. WSJ’s Dion Rabouin explains the impact for potential buyers, sellers and the housing market. Illustration: Adele Morgan

Dion Rabouin

香蕉视频苹果下载Dion Rabouin breaks down all things finance, taking a deep dive into what’s making money move and why it matters.

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