WASHINGTON -- The popularity of 30-year fixed-rate mortgages continued in April despite an increase in interest rates, according to data released by the Federal National Mortgage Association.

Fannie Mac said fixed-rate mortgages continued to account for almost two-thirds of its total business volume last month, representing 61.6% of the company's loan volume, up significantly from 54.2% in January.

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