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Mortgage Rates, Mortgage News and Strategy : The Mortgage Reports

2/20/2018 4:30:37 AM

Mortgages are actually pretty simple If you know about mortgages, it's easier to choose the right loan and get it for less. But you don't need to be an expert to get a good one if you follow a couple of simple steps. Scope out your options Right at the start, when you begin saving […]

2/19/2018 4:30:35 AM

ARM loans can be a better deal when rates are rising ARM loans are an invisible part of the mortgage marketplace, but maybe that’s about to change. Since 2009 annual mortgage rates have been below 5 percent, and demand for adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) has been in the single digits. Ellie Mae reports that in December  […]

2/19/2018 4:30:33 AM

Could our housing inventory woes be on the way out? According to new data, it very well could be.

2/18/2018 4:30:06 AM

Mortgage fraud: unlikely, but possible According to the FBI, you are not the most likely victim of mortgage fraud -- most cases are perpetrated by borrowers against mortgage lenders. Often those involve exaggerations, white lies or outright falsehoods on loan applications. Should you lie on your mortgage application? However, mortgage industry professionals who abuse their […]

2/17/2018 4:30:50 AM

Affordable homes: They're out there Finding a neighborhood that’s within your budget and desirable to live in isn’t easy. Home prices continue to climb across the country, and many of the best cities with in-demand amenities are too expensive for first-time buyers. That does not mean affordable homes and areas don't exist. Worthy areas – […]

2/16/2018 4:30:41 AM

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

2/16/2018 4:30:10 AM

Home prices are higher overall. But that does not necessarily mean housing has become less affordable.

2/15/2018 4:30:53 AM

How useful is mortgage rate history? Mortgage rate history may sound a pretty boring topic. Indeed, you may subscribe to the Henry Ford school, which believes that all history is bunk. However, knowing how mortgage rates behaved in the past can help you understand what might happen to them in the future. That knowledge could […]

2/15/2018 4:30:48 AM

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

2/15/2018 4:30:20 AM

Home renovations are the No. 1 reason homeowners take out HELOCS – or Home Equity Lines of Credit, but that doesn’t mean they’re popular by any means. In fact, according to a new survey, the majority of homeowners have never even heard of a HELOC – or the ways it can benefit their home and pocketbook.