federal reserve: Where Are Rates Going Now? Important Deadlines on the Horizon - 03/04/10 11:53 PM
 
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federal reserve: Upcoming Fed Meeting Could Affect You - 12/10/09 04:46 AM


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federal reserve: Treats, Not Tricks Await Those Who Act! - 10/19/09 08:05 AM
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federal reserve: Buying a Home in Hammonton, NJ: The Federal Reserve and Mortgage Rates - 09/12/09 04:01 AM
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federal reserve: Refinancing in Hammonton NJ: The Federal Reserve and Mortgage Rates - 09/08/09 09:18 AM
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federal reserve: The Federal Reserve and Mortgage Rates - 05/20/09 01:44 AM
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federal reserve: Federal Reserve Surprises Financial Markets - 03/19/09 12:59 AM
 
Here we go again, with the talking heads on financial news misinterpreting the impact of the Fed's actions on home loan rates.
Here's the scoop. What the Fed just announced is huge - they have committed to buy another $750B in Mortgage Backed Securities, and $300B in Treasuries.
But what does this mean and why do you care?
Their actions provide a demand for Mortgage Backed Securities, which should help keep a ceiling on home loan rates moving much higher in the foreseeable future. That's good news, for homebuyers who are seeing the bargains out there and understanding that now … (0 comments)

federal reserve: Federal Reserve Surprises Financial Markets - 03/19/09 12:58 AM
 
Here we go again, with the talking heads on financial news misinterpreting the impact of the Fed's actions on home loan rates.
Here's the scoop. What the Fed just announced is huge - they have committed to buy another $750B in Mortgage Backed Securities, and $300B in Treasuries.
But what does this mean and why do you care?
Their actions provide a demand for Mortgage Backed Securities, which should help keep a ceiling on home loan rates moving much higher in the foreseeable future. That's good news, for homebuyers who are seeing the bargains out there and understanding that now … (0 comments)

federal reserve: The Federal Reserve and Mortgage Rates - 02/05/09 01:33 AM
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federal reserve: The Fed Meets Next Week, Act Now! - 01/22/09 05:26 AM
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federal reserve: Act Now, Before the Fed Does - 10/28/08 03:45 AM
 

The Federal Reserve is scheduled to meet this week and announce its new Policy Statement and Interest Rate Decision Wednesday...and will cut the Fed Funds Rate once again. This is no big surprise. Throughout 2008, the Fed has lowered key interest rates in an effort to stimulate the economy - including cuts in its Fed Funds and Discount Rates earlier this month in an unscheduled meeting. As we know however, cuts in these interest rates do not translate into lower home loan rates. In fact, they typically move in the exact opposite direction.
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federal reserve: Wild Markets, The Fed, and Opportunities - 09/17/08 10:48 AM

Uncertainty in Financial Markets Could Cause Dramatic Rise in Existing ARMs at Next Adjustment If you or anyone you know has an Adjustable Rate Mortgage, this is an important point to consider. Many ARM loans are tied to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR). In fact, there are six million loans in the United States that use LIBOR to determine the interest rate and as the name suggests, many banks use this rate to lend money to each other.
But, today, banks lack confidence that the money they lend will be paid back. In light of what has happened with … (0 comments)

 

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