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|* Conforming FNMA Loan Amount. Rates may include points.|
Information updated: 9/13/2019
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates were already having their worst week since 2016 as of yesterday afternoon. Rather than help to heal some of the damage, today's bond market momentum only made things worse . Whether we're looking at 10yr Treasury yields a broad indicator of longer-term rates or average mortgage lender offerings, this week now ranks among the top 3 in the past decade in terms of the overall move higher. At this point, we'd have to go back to the trauma of 2013's 'taper tantrum' to see anything bigger. Few, if any, news articles or various mortgage rate indices have had a chance to catch up with the move. This is especially true of the widely cited Freddie Mac data that circulated yesterday. It indicated a 0.06% increase in rates from the previous week. It was already significantly outdated by...(read more)
Posted To: MND NewsWireThe California Building Industry Association (CBIA) is calling the Trump Administration tariffs the "perfect storm" for the state's already troubled housing industry. The Association says tariffs, which have impacted the price of appliances, certain countertops, some items made of lumber, steel and aluminum, and miscellaneous other items, have driven up the cost of an average-size new home in California by $20,000 to $30,000. The concern of the California organization was echoed by David Logan, the National Association of Home Builders' (NAHB's) director of Tax and Trade who said, "All the stars aligned for the worst outcome." He warns that the long-term effects of these tariffs could choke off new construction , and they're leading builders to focus on catering to people with higher incomes...(read more)
Posted To: Pipeline PressAny month that starts on a Sunday contains a Friday the 13th. The superstitious sufferers of “triskaidekaphobia” try to avoid bad luck by keeping away from anything numbered or labelled thirteen, while others, such as some attorneys for whatever reason, believe it to be lucky. But some companies and manufacturers often use another way of numbering or labelling to avoid the number: see if your airplane has a 13th row or your building a 13th floor. (Who says you don’t learn anything from reading this commentary?) Wells Fargo, which has managed to stay out of lawsuit headlines as of late, didn’t have any luck yesterday when California filed support for Oakland in a Wells Fargo mortgage suit for discriminating against, or giving higher cost mortgages to, minorities. Lawyer...(read more)