Home sales in the U.S. saw quite a boost in March, as the existing-home sales data reflected a 4.4% increase – higher than the 2.5% estimate. In terms of actual
In today’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll take a look at how rates are trending, plus share some interesting information on home builder confidence – which could point to a robust
Happy New Year! As we head into 2017, we want to make sure we’re keeping our clients, borrowers and real estate agent friends up to date on the mortgage market.
As 2016 draws to a close, the projections for 2017’s housing market are starting to pour in from industry experts and analysts across the country. Now that more and more
So you’ve found your dream house, you’ve worked with your lender, your mortgage interest rates are locked in for 30 days, your offer was accepted. Life is grand. Or is
As we know, bond markets directly affect the mortgage market. Typically, when bond rates, also known as bond yield, go up, interest rates follow. Conversely, bond prices are a different
What does Brexit have to do with you? The turbulent atmosphere enveloping the United Kingdom may actually create a windfall in the United States. According to Jim Costello, Senior Vice
In this month’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll look at current mortgage rates and how they’ll likely be trending in the coming week, as well as trends in the home building
Apparently the idea of “springing forward” applies to more than just Daylight Savings Time! So far, the spring of 2016 is proving to be quite a busy time for the
As mortgage rates trend lower and are expected to stay on that path for the rest of this week, more home buyers are considering the possibility of locking their rates in now.