poor credit home loans: The Fed Steps in and the Market Goes Crazy - 03/11/08 04:25 PM
If there are no lenders out there lending on mortgages how are borrowers going to get loans? It doesn't matter if you qualify for poor credit home loans or A-paper home loans, if there is no money out there to lend then interest rates will remain high.
That must have been the thought behind the Fed pouring another 200 billion dollars into the lending marketplace. Anyways is 200 billion a lot of money when it comes to mortgages? Does anyone know?
What are your thoughts about the Fed's latest move?
I specialize in Oregon Home Loans and California Home Loan Mortgage Rates but … (2 comments)

poor credit home loans: Are the 10-Year Bond and the 30-Year Fixed Mortgage Rate no Longer Tied to Each Other? What's Going On? - 03/05/08 03:24 PM
Why is it that the 10-year bond is so low and the mortgage interest rates are not following suit as they have in the past? I'm looking forward to ideas about this phenomenon. In the past the 10-year bond and the 30-year fixed mortgage rate were tied together. If the rate went down so did the 30-year mortgage. Now the rate drops and nothing happens to the mortgage rates, but if the rate goes up, look out, up goes the mortgage rate immediately - even in midday. Please advise what you think is going on. It doesn't matter if we are talking … (0 comments)

poor credit home loans: Oregon Home Loans Mortgage Officer - New to the Active Rain Blog Experience - 02/28/08 12:06 PM
I am new to active rain and so this blog will be an introduction. I have a wonderful website called www.mortgageconsumer.com. I also have a blog called www.mortgageconsumerblog.com. However, I now wonder about just what are the benefits to blogging here compared to blogging on my website blog.  Can I copy my blog information from my blog to this blog or is original content the key. I certainly need to find out about the rules and the protocol about blogging here and setting up links too. I feel like I just embarked on a long journey with this website and I'm excited to … (3 comments)

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