In this Feb. 28, 2010 photo, a realtor's sign proclaims a residential home sale in Sudbury, Mass. Mortgage rates held below the 5 percent threshold for the second straight week, a report said Thursday, March 11, 2010, weeks before a government program that has been keeping rates low is scheduled to expire. (Bill Sikes / The Associated Press)
In this Feb. 28, 2010 photo, a realtor's sign proclaims a residential home sale in Sudbury, Mass. Mortgage rates held below the 5 percent threshold for the second straight week, a report said Thursday, March 11, 2010, weeks before a government program that has been keeping rates low is scheduled to expire. (Bill Sikes / The Associated Press)
In this Feb. 28, 2010 photo, a realtor's sign proclaims a residential home sale in Sudbury, Mass. Mortgage rates held below the 5 percent threshold for the second straight week, a report said Thursday, March 11, 2010, weeks before a government program that has been keeping rates low is scheduled to expire. (Bill Sikes / The Associated Press)

Mortgage rates remain below 5%

March 11, 2010 06:42 PM

UPDATED March 11, 2010 07:04 PM

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