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The million dollar question: When is the best time to lock my interest rate? The obvious answer: When home loan rates are at their lowest. The problem is that loan officers don’t really have a crystal ball. With that being … Continue reading
Mortgage markets improved last week on domestic jobs data and international banking concerns. The news triggered buying in the bond market and, as a result, conventional, FHA and VA mortgage rates improved for the 4th consecutive week. Mortgage rates are … Continue reading
Data was sparse through 2010′s first trading week last week, setting the stage for a week of momentum trading. In up-and-down trading, mortgage pricing improved overall but the best rates of the week didn’t last long. Rates improved Monday and … Continue reading
Mortgage markets improved last week as foreign buyers of mortgage debt helped to push mortgage rates to a 4-week low. It marked the 3rd consecutive week that rates improved in Arizona, breathing extra life into this year’s ongoing Refi Boom. … Continue reading
Mortgage markets worsened last week as investors responded to a recovering global economy. Despite briefly touching their lowest levels since May, mortgage rates ended the week dramatically higher. It’s the second straight week that rates soared on a Friday. For … Continue reading