Articles tagged with: Mortgage Rates
At 7,333 words, the June Fed Minutes is the unabridged version of the more well-known, post-meeting press release. The corresponding press release was just 360 words. It turns out, the Fed’s words are doing wonders for mortgage rates.
- The Fed’s April Minutes Push Mortgage Rates Even Lower
- How The “Fed Minutes” Can Change Mortgage Rates And Home Affordability
- Mortgage Rates Spike On The Federal Reserve’s January 2010 Meeting Minutes
Shopping for mortgage rates takes more than good research skills. It takes a little bit of luck, too.
- With Mortgage Rates, You Can’t Shop For Good Luck
- How Iceland’s Volcanoes Are Helping Mortgage Rates Fall
- What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : November 23, 2009
Volcanic eruptions and like natural disasters remind us: mortgage rates change for all sorts of reasons. Some we can predict, most we cannot. There’s literally thousands of influences on the U.S. mortgage market. If you’ve been shopping for a home or floating a mortgage rate, luck’s been on your side.
- How Swine Flu Helps Mortgage Rates
- What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : April 19, 2010
- Forget The Dow Jones: How The Treasury’s Economy Revival Outline Helped Mortgage Rates
If you’re trying to gauge whether rates will be rising or falling, one keyword for which to listen is “inflation”. Mortgage rates are highly responsive to inflation.
- Ben Bernanke Leaves Clues About The Future Of Mortgage Rates
- How The 84,000 Parts Of Inflation Impact Mortgage Rates
- Your Local Gas Station May Have Clues About Tomorrow’s Mortgage Rates
Although the newspapers reported mortgage rates down last week, they weren’t. Conforming mortgage rates were higher by at least 1/8 percent, or roughly $11 per $100,000 borrowed per month. In some cases, rates were up by even more.
- What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : February 16, 2010
- What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : February 22, 2010
- What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : February 8, 2010