Mortgage rates fell again to another record low in this week's rate survey, with the 30-year fixed averaging 4.57 percent. Rates haven't been this low since the mid-1950s. This is the fourth week in a row in which the 30-year fixed either tied or set a record low.
A plurality of Rate Trend Index voters predict that mortgage rates will remain relatively unchanged over the next week. I am one of the misguided souls who predict an increase in rates. Good news for you: I've been right 15 times in the last 52 weeks. So if I say rates are going up, they're almost surely going down.