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Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 24, 2007 - 12/24/07 01:57 PM
Here is the Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 24, 2007 brought to you by Larry Iest of Hemet Mortgage. I WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL OF YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS THE VERY BEST THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. LAST WEEK: Recap Last week was a very tough week for mortgage rates as the ended the week lower than when the week began. The week began with some nice gains in the bond market which helps mortgage rates improve. As the week progressed those gains were all given back. Thursday seamed to be the high point for mortgage rates and I switch from (2 comments)
Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 17, 2007 - 12/17/07 10:18 PM
Here is the Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 17, 2007 brought to you by Larry Iest of Hemet Mortgage. LAST WEEK: Recap Last week mortgage rates again ended the week higher than when the week began. it was very volatile week littered with economic releases. The main reason for mortgage rates worsening last week was INFLATION. As previously written about bonds and mortgage rates hate inflation, so anytime inflation is presented the bond market and mortgage rates worsen. Last week the big news was the Federal Reserve who "cut rates" by .25%. The rate cut was followed by the producer (0 comments)
Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 10, 2007 - 12/10/07 01:44 PM
Here is the Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 10, 2007 brought to you by Larry Iest of Hemet Mortgage. LAST WEEK: Recap Last week ended badly for mortgage rates and the bond market. We had a great run with rates at two-year lows. The bond market did not like the jobs report last week, which began a sell off that is continuing today. Mortgage rates worsened by about .25% over last week. The Employment report seamed benign on the surface with the jobs created number staying within the expectations but there was a few elements within the report that triggered (0 comments)
Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 3, 2007 - 12/03/07 05:50 PM
Here is the Mortgage Market Update for the week of December 3, 2007 brought to you by Larry Iest of Hemet Mortgage. LAST WEEK: Recap Last week was a good week for the bond market meaning it was also a good week for mortgage rates. Rates ended the week better than it began and are now at there lowest point in two years. The reason for the rate improvement was the bond market performance. The bond market performed very well thanks in part to a tame reading on inflation. The Core PCE index was reported Friday and it showed a year-over-year inflation rate (0 comments)
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