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Mortgage and Lending - Bay Equity - Bay Equity NMLS #76988
My blog will try to provide you insights into mortgage lending, my prospectives into the real estate market and general information. I provide this based upon my 39+ years in the real estate, building and now for the past 23 years the mortgage industry.

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2010 

Standard & Poors released its Case-Shiller Index Tuesday. The index is a monthly home valuation report from select cities and among the private sector's most popular home pricing models. In reviewing the April Case-Shiller Index and its accompanying analysis, it appears that the housing market's...
06/30/2010
All day, every day, conforming and FHA mortgage rates in Minnesota are in flux. Rates move in response to hundreds of factors which exact varying levels of influence. Among the biggest influences on mortgage rates is inflation. When inflation is unexpectedly high, mortgage rates tend to rise quic...
06/29/2010
Mortgage markets improved last week in response to mostly negative data about the U.S. economy, and the Federal Reserve's acknowledgement that Eurozone financial ills could cross the Atlantic. Conforming and FHA mortgage rates fell last week, extending a rate rally that dates to early-April. Mort...
06/29/2010
One month after the federal homebuyer tax credit's official expiration, the New Home Sales report turned in its worst showing ever. In May 2010, for the first time in 11 months, the inventory of unsold new homes crossed the 8-month marker, posting an 8.5 month supply overall. Additionally, new h...
06/29/2010
Today, in its first meeting in 5 weeks, the Federal Open Market Committee voted 9-to-1 to leave the Fed Funds Rate unchanged.  The Fed Fund Rate remains within its target range of 0.000-0.250 percent. In its press release, the FOMC said that, since April, "the economic recovery is proceeding" and...
06/29/2010
Existing Home Sales dropped in May for the first time in 3 months but still managed to post its second-highest since November 2009, buoyed by the expiring federal tax credit program. An "existing home" is a home that cannot be considered new construction; a resale of an existing home. Existing Ho...
06/29/2010
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06/25/2010
This interview done on June 24th, 2010: is just one quick story where local photo-journalist Jeffery DeMars from KARE 11 TV sat down and interviewed Dave. He was asked several mortgage rate questions, but this was pieced together with another story about refinancing at the beginning. Hope you en...
06/25/2010
The Federal Open Market Committee begins a 2-day meeting today, its fourth scheduled meeting of the year, and fifth overall. The FOMC is the monetary policy-setting part of the government and its primary tool for that purpose is the Fed Funds Rate.  The Fed Funds Rate is the dictated rate at whic...
06/22/2010
Mortgage markets improved last week on weaker-than-expected jobless figures, ongoing troubles in Europe, and a tame reading on domestic inflation. As a result, conforming mortgage rates for Minnesota fell last week, drawing loads of new refinance applications. For a brief moment Thursday afternoo...
06/21/2010
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