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2014/04/24 14:53
2014/04/24 14:53
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It has spent most of 2014 below that level, making mortgage borrowing quite a bargain by historical standards. Most fixed mortgages are packaged up to back bonds that are sold to investors with...
2014/04/24 14:53
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2014/04/23 12:22
2014/04/23 12:22
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On Monday, Fannie Mae said it expects housing starts to rise by approximately 1.05 million units in 2014. That’s an increase from last year, but 50,000 fewer housing starts than Fannie Mae previously...
2014/04/21 14:49
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On the heels of a choppy first quarter, federally controlled mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have cut their forecasts for the U.S. housing market’s performance in 2014. “We have...
2014/04/20 16:49
2014/04/20 16:49
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Although dropping affordability hits all buyers, it’s worth focusing on how it impacts two key chunks of the housing market: institutional investors and first-time home buyers. As prices and rates...
2014/04/17 15:14
2014/04/17 15:14
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Average mortgage rates declined for a second consecutive week, pushing them down to a six-week low. The average rate for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage was 4.27 percent this week, according to...
2014/04/16 04:16
2014/04/16 04:16
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More 'for sale' signs are popping up in neighborhoods Chief Economist Frank Nothaft says he has a pretty positive outlook for Central Florida's real estate for the spring, making it good news for...
2014/04/15 17:21
2014/04/15 17:21
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One of the most unusual things happening in today's mortgage market is the incredible shrinking spread between conforming loan rates and nonconforming rates, and it means that, perhaps for the first...
2014/04/14 19:51
2014/04/14 19:51
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Updated: 04/14/2014 1:25 PM | Created: 04/14/2014 1:20 PM Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist for Freddie Mac, talks about what to expect in the upcoming spring home buying season. This Good Day New...
2014/04/04 20:22
2014/04/04 20:22
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Freddie Mac: Housing is Normal Depending on Where you Live Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist of Freddie Mac, explains how to use the Multi-Indicator Market Index (MiMi), a new publicly-accessible tool...
2014/04/03 13:13
2014/04/03 13:13
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The average rate for a 15-year fixed loan rose from 3.32% to 3.42%, and the average start rate rose from 3.02% to 3.1% on hybrid loans that become adjustable after five years at a fixed rate. The...
2014/03/27 17:14
2014/03/27 17:14
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Average mortgage rates rose a bit this week, lender Freddie Mac said Thursday. The rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.4 percent this week, up from 4.32 percent last week. A year ago,...
2014/03/27 14:49
2014/03/27 14:49
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Average fixed mortgage rates in the U.S. edged up in the latest week, adding to pressures in some markets where affordability has emerged as a concern for the housing market, according to...
2014/03/22 01:19
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The higher rates, soaring home prices and a tight inventory have kept potential buyers on the sidelines, hurting the sales of previously owned homes and undermining the recovery of the housing market,...
2014/03/20 21:14
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The McLean, Va., housing finance company said lenders were offering 15-year fixed home loans, a popular option for refinancers, at an average of 3.32%, down from 3.38% last week. The start rate fell...
2014/03/20 14:49
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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage slipped to 4.32% in the week ending March 20 from 4.37%, mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday, with the key benchmark remaining within...
2014/04/24 14:53
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