Well, we continue to see change. Too bad none of it appears to be helping the consumer. We continue to hope that the monies provided to the major banks will provide the emotional climate for bankers to start loosening the proverbial purse strings.
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Monday, May 3, 2010 Mortgage Market - the week ahead - May 3, 2010 Mortgage rates ended the week better by about .500 of a discount point as fears over the European debt issues moved back to the forefront. The economic data last week was good and continues to support a recovery in the U.S., but ...
Here is the Mortgage Market News for the Week of May 3, 2010. What do California, Florida, Nevada, and Arizona have in common? All 20 of the large metropolitan areas with the highest rates of foreclosures during the first quarter were located in these states. RealtyTrac's research showed that t...