It’s a quiet start to the week with mortgage rates holding steady. That could be a trend that persists for the remainder of the week as there’s really not much scheduled on the economic calendar this week. Thursday and Friday are the only days where we really have some inflation data out that could impact… View Article
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Here we go with yet another week. We should be in for a bit of action with a handful of speaking engagements from Federal Reserve officials and the September Jobs Report on Friday morning. Mortgage rates will likely remain in a tight range but it wouldn’t be too surprising if they jumped around a little…. View Article
We saw mortgage rates dip a little lower on Friday after trouble in Turkey led financial market participants to seek out the perceived safety of long-term government bonds. Mortgage rates are expected to stay close to current levels this week, but we could see some movement after a few key economic reports get released. Read… View Article
Itâs time for another mortgage match-up folks. Today, weâll look at 10-year mortgages versus the 30-year fixed mortgage to see how these home loans stack up against one another. Before we get started, itâs important to note that there are two very different types of 10-year mortgages out there. One a fixed-rate mortgage that is [&hellip
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It’s been good news this week for home buyers and home owners looking to refinance as mortgage rates have improved. It hasn’t been a big swing lower but mortgage rates have mostly remained lower after a drop on Monday morning. Read on for more details. Where are mortgage rates going?Â Â Â Â Â Â … View Article
Mortgage rates are continuing to move higher this week. We’ve now seen them rise for two consecutive weeks in the Freddie Mac PMMS. The consensus is for them to continue rising for the foreseeable future. Read on for more details. Where are mortgage rates going?Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â … View Article