Home Finance Guide for the Week of March 28, 2011
The Mortgage Dictionary (http://www.themortgagedictionary.com) provides this week's home finance economic calendar of events that can move the mortgage market, plus opening rate sheet for the week. If you are in the home loan process, this information will guide you about events to track when determining whether to lock or float an interest rate. This week, we need to consider the following news and reports; new home sales, consumer confidence, durable goods orders, FOMC meeting and Ben Bernanke's press conference, advance GDP for Q1, jobless claims, pending home sales, personal income, core PCE, Chicago PMI and consumer sentiment. Also this week, there will be three auctions of Treasury debt on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
For any questions or scenarios or to begin the pre-approval process today, contact San Francisco Bay Area home loan expert Rob Spinosa at 877-270-5959 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also apply for a loan directly online at http://www.rpm-mtg.com/rspinosa.