As the Real Estate and financial markets continue to move up and down, mortgage rates can also be affected. Since mortgage rates are more closely tied to the bond markets, an up or down move in the stock market may not have the result in mortgage rates that one might expects. In fact, many times […]
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It isn’t every day that mortgage rates set record lows like they have this week. In fact, the lows that have been reached this week have NEVER been seen before in the United States, ever! This means that there is historic opportunity for existing and future homeowners looking lock in all time 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 […]
Last week marked new yearly 2011 lows for mortgage rates as a debt ceiling agreement was reached early in the week. These low rates were sustained through out the week with a small uptick on Friday when the Non-Farm payrolls came in stronger than expected. Fast forward to today and the markets are being rocked […]