Rates on 30-year fixed home loans were stable again in the past week. For the week ending March 29, Freddie Mac announced that 30-year fixed rates fell one tick to 4.44% from 4.45% the week before. The average for 15-year loans also decreased slightly to 3.90% and the average for five-year adjustables fell to 3.66%. A year ago, 30-year fixed rates averaged 4.14%, higher than today’s level. Attributed to Len Kiefer, Deputy Chief Economist, Freddie Mac — “Treasury yields fell from a week ago helping to drive rates on home loans slightly lower. The yield on the 10-year Treasury dipped below 2.8 percent for the first time since early February of this year. The decline in Treasury yields comes as investors move into safer assets amid increased trade tensions. Following Treasurys, rates on home loans fell slightly. The U.S. weekly average 30-year fixed rate fell 1 basis point to 4.44 percent in this week’s survey.” Note: Rates indicated do not include fees and points and are provided for evidence of trends only. They should not be used for comparison purposes.