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The Fed and Mortgage Rates

The Fed and Mortgage Rates – March 2019: The Fed Chairman’s testimony before Congress this week was significant for mortgage rates. This is in addition to the mortgage rate friendly comments made by various Fed members since mid-February. During Fed Chairmen Powells testimony this week he reaffirmed that the Fed is looking to end it’s […]

March 2019 Mortgage Rates

Mortgage Rates In March: 2019 mortgage rates have started off the year near their one year lows. However since late January they’ve been stuck in a range. After 30 year fixed mortgage rates moved above 5.00% last fall mortgage rates have since moved down to below 4.50%. March 2019 mortgage rates will most likely start […]

Updated Mortgage Industry News and Information

Mortgage Industry Updates: It’s been a great two months for mortgage rates. As we head into the spring we’ll be keeping an eye on how mortgage rates react to a possible resolution to the trade tensions with China and what the economic reports say about the economy in January and February. March 2019 mortgage rates […]

Is Now A Good Time To Refinance

Considering Your Mortgage Options: Mortgage rates are near their one year low as we finish out the month of February. 30 year fixed mortgage rates and 15 year fixed mortgage rates remain the most attractive. There is a sense amongst mortgage professionals that March 2019 mortgage rates will be at similar levels to February 2019 […]

Mortgage Rates For Tuesday February 12th, 2019

Mortgage Rates Today: Mortgage rates are higher today as Mortgage Backed Securities and Treasuries start off the day in negative territory. Current mortgage rates are being affected by the recent headlines that the government might avoid a second government shutdown in 2019. 30 Year fixed and 15 year fixed mortgage rates remain near their 2019 […]

Mortgage Rates For Monday February 11th, 2019

Today’s Mortgage Rates: This morning mortgage rates are going to start the day a bit worse than last week. Both Mortgage Backed Securities and Treasuries are selling off. The 10y yield opened the day above 2.64% after moving to lower levels last week. It’s not surprising to see the selloff this morning as last week […]