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Keep Your Eye On: Now

There is a lot of talk and prediction about the future of mortgage interest rates and home sales prices. The variables that lie in the future for both of these topics will happen. What does this mean for those of us who are considering refinancing or purchasing a home? It means that interest rates and home prices may go up or may go down.

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With Mortgage Rates at Record Lows, How Can Buyers Know When To Pounce?

The year of 2020 will be remembered by many people and for many reasons. The year was rocked by a pandemic with a ripple effect that created an economic recession; complex social unrest; and a highly polarized presidential election.  Oh, and let’s not forget it was also a year of historically damaging wildfires and hurricanes!

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Have You Heard about 1.99% Mortgage Rates? There’s a Catch!

The mortgage industry has been offering incredibly low rate loans with low or no fees. Recent weeks have seen some mortgage lenders promoting their new 1.99% fixed rate loans, but it’s important to understand the fees involved in these loans. They might be a very good choice for some borrowers but are also a very wrong choice for many.

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Mortgage Rates Plunge to All-Time Lows

Home owners and home buyers across the nation are thrilled to have an opportunity to secure a mortgage rate that is the lowest rate ever offered in the US. During a year that has seen a pandemic and civil unrest, the nation also enters a time where the average lender is offering mortgage rates that are below 3%.  

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Mortgage Rates React To Strong Jobs Report

According to an article by Matthew Graham for Mortgage News Daily, “the jobs report has a more consistent track record of causing big market movement than any other piece of economic data”. He further states “the underlying bond market improved throughout the day and held onto that improvement, resulting in lenders offering lower rates”.

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