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|30-Year FHA Rate||3.43%|
|30-Year Fixed Jumbo Rate||3.76%|
|15-Year Fixed Jumbo Rate||3.07%|
|7/1 ARM Jumbo Rate||3.56%|
|5/1 ARM Jumbo Rate||3.62%|
|* Conforming FNMA Loan Amount. Rates may include points.|
Information updated: 4/01/2020
Posted To: MBS CommentaryThis morning's ADP Employment showed a loss of 27k jobs. Forecasts called for a loss of 150k jobs compared to last month's report that was strongly positive at +183k. Normally, when ADP or NFP job counts beat their forecast by more than 100k jobs, it's enough to prompt at least a little bit of bond market weakness (i.e. higher rates), even in the recent era where jobs counts weren't that big of a deal. And it's a big deal for me to say ADP/NFP are not a big deal because they have historically been very big deals. In fact, there is no bigger deal in the economic data world than NFP (the non-farm payrolls component of the big jobs report). If it hasn't been a big deal for the past however many years, it's because the labor market has been so stable and strong . Almost...(read more)
Posted To: Pipeline Press“I hadn’t planned on giving up quite this much for lent.” So true. It is a different world than only a month ago. Of course rates are going to stay at these levels for a long time. But rate sheet prices are disconnected from MBS prices, which are disconnected from Treasury prices. Those of you who have subscribed to my commentary for more than a year know that I truly relish producing my April 1 edition. The April Fool’s Day Commentary has fooled many a senior executive and regulator, and the stories have brought many chuckles to readers. And although I inject some humor into my daily commentary, and will continue to do so, I didn’t have the heart to produce a totally farcical commentary this year, especially after spending 34 minutes of my “work at home”...(read more)
Posted To: MND NewsWireIn an earlier article , (before more pressing issues shelved the topic) we summarized highlights from a recent New York Times Magazine article about the ownership of a large share of the nation's single-family rental stock by institutional investors. Part 1 recapped how private equity funds moved to purchase distressed single-family homes during the housing crises, turning it into rental stock. Their property management has been uneven, and tenants are suffering from significant financial abuses. The author, Francesca Mari, who tells much of the story through the eyes of Chad who is now renting the home he used to own, says the extent of the financial repercussions from Wall Street's investment are not limited to the rapid rent increases and unfettered fees we pointed to in the first article...(read more)