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Fed Minutes: Uncertainty About Growth and Inflation

The FED (Federal Open Market Committee) released its minutes for the September meeting today. The market has noted that several FED members considered future bond purchases and suggested the market might require it, a signal of the weakness they may be seeing in the US Economy. There were also signs of disagreement among members about […]

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Yet Another Record Breaking Week for Mortgage Rates

Mortgage rates set record all time lows yet again this week on the back of more global fears about European debt default and general anxiety over the U.S. economy as a whole. While employment is an issue for many and economic data as a whole has been negative as of late, the levels that mortgage […]

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Mortgage Outlook for the Week of September 12, 2011

Mortgage rates continued to improve last week marking yet another round of record breaking low mortgage rates. Last week also marked a continuation of previous themes in the market in regards to concern over the US Economy and the Weakness of European Markets, with Greece being the focus of concern, once again. This week features […]

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Bernanke Speaks: How Does This Affect Mortgage Rates?

The past weeks have seen mortgage rates break previous lows and set new record lows. These rates have been driven down by a slew of negative economic data that has has disappointed expectations. Additionally, the lack of leadership in Congress led to an embarrassing show over the debt ceiling, which played a role in S&P […]

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Mortgage Outlook for the Week of August 22, 2011

Last week set all time record lows for mortgage rates in the United States. Factors in rates moving lower and lower over the past few weeks have been disappointing economic data and uncertainty about the health of European markets and banks. Since investors move money from equities into bonds in times of uncertainty, the end […]

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Turbulent & Volatile Markets = Record Low Mortgage Rates

Turbulent. Volatile. New Record Low Mortgage Rates. These all describe the market last week. Last week saw mortgage rates set new lows for 2011 and break the previous all time low set in October of 2010. Last Week Was Marked By: Increased concern over the stability of European markets The S&P downgrade of the United […]

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Federal Reserve Minutes Indicate Higher Mortgage Rates Coming

The Federal Reserve released notes from the June 21-22 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting on Tuesday, shedding light on the FOMC’s current observations of the market and how it will be adjusting its activities moving forward. This release of minutes is one of eight releases the Fed meets, following each of the eight Fed […]

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Mortgage Outlook for the Week of June 27, 2011

We start the week off in a positive direction for mortgage rates stemming from multiple positive economic events last week. The first event was good news regarding Greece’s debt issues as the country looks to pass an act that will lay out a plan for remaining solvent and keep other European nations and the IMF […]

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Mortgage Rate Outlook for Week of June 13, 2011

This week there will be key economic data coming out that will shed light on the state of inflation, housing, manufacturing, retail sales and consumer sentiment. While mortgage rates have maintained their lows in the past few weeks due to consistently poor performance by leading economic indicators (this is good for mortgage rates), it is […]

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Weekly Mortgage Outlook for June 6, 2011

There are very few notable economic events taking place this week on the Economic Calendar that might affect rates this week. Fortunately, it looks like rates will continue to sustain their current levels based on the disappointing economic data that was released last week. This provides yet another great window for being able to take […]

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