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Flowers Realty Services LLC
811 S. Central Expy, Ste.337
Richardson , TX 75080
Phone:
(214) 432-5822
Fax:
(214)432-8988
Naperville IL.
(708)234-9800

Having the right real estate agent or loan officer means having an individual who is committed to helping you buy or sell your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This means also to help you in understanding each step of the buying or selling process. This commitment level has helped us build a remarkable track record of delivering results.

Nothing is more exciting to us than the gratifying feeling we get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on us to always do what's in your best interest. We pride ourselves on being honest, trustworthy, and knowledgeable in the real estate market. We know how important it is to find your dream home or get the best offer for your property. Therefore we will make it our responsibility to help you achieve those goals.

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, we can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse our website or let us guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing us to set up an appointment today.

Mortgage Rates

National

Average Rate*
30-Year Fixed 3.76%
15-Year Fixed 3.22%
5/1 ARM 3.41%
* Conforming FNMA Loan Amount. Rates may include points.

Information updated: 1/24/2020

Real Estate Industry News

MBS RECAP: Markets Finally Doing Interesting Things, But...

Posted To: MBS Commentary

We had to wait all the way until January 24th of 2020, but bonds finally offered their first real shred of willingness to challenge the established range of late 2019. When we talk about ranges, we use 10yr Treasuries for these reasons . In 10yr terms, the range has been 1.71 to 1.95%, which is reasonably narrow for a 3 month+ time frame. It looked like the range would be quickly crushed as war with Iran quickly entered the realm of possibility on the night of the missile attacks against Iraqi air bases. But with the de-escalation the following day, the range was actually strongly reinforced. Rates have been trickling since then without more than a 5bp move in 10yr yields until today. That same move also breaks us well below the 1.71% boundary to close at 1.686%. As we often discuss, the first...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Drop to 4.5-Month Lows on Virus Fears

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

Mortgage rates moved meaningfully lower over the past 2 days as panic over the coronavirus outbreak continues affecting financial markets. If this epidemic ends up being similar to SARS in 2003, it ultimately won't be worth as much of a drop in interest rates as we've seen so far. But the thing about brand new strains of deadly viruses is that neither the market nor the medical community knows exactly how this will unfold. Until that picture becomes clearer, the market is preparing for more dire outcomes. For whatever it's worth, the timeline of the SARS outbreak spanned 2 calendar years (2002 - 2004) but the most notable market impact was confined to the space of a single month (March 2003). We'll be a week into February before the current epidemic reaches a similar milestone. I'm basing that...(read more)

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MBS Day Ahead: The Obvious Bounce Could Be Too Obvious

Posted To: MBS Commentary

As the week comes to a close, we find bonds continuing to trickle toward the lower end of the range that has prevailed for nearly 3 months. In terms of 10yr yields, the upper boundary is clearly established at 1.95%. The lower boundary is slightly more open to interpretation, but in any event is somewhere between 1.69 and 1.71. With yields moving down to 1.717% in the first hour this morning, it's time to ask ourselves if we're about to see another range bounce. Frankly, the only reason we wouldn't see such a bounce at this point is that it's too obvious. Econ data at home and abroad has been "OK" or better on average (especially in areas of concern like German manufacturing, which came out better than expected overnight). We're not at war with Iran. The coronavirus...(read more)

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