Mortgage rates have topped 7% for the first time since May, according to Freddie Mac's latest weekly survey.

In the survey released Thursday, Freddie Mac said the average rate of a 30-year fixed-rate loan jumped to 7.06%, up 17 basis points from a week earlier. Rates on 15-year loans hit 6.70%, up 19 basis points.

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