INTEREST RATES HOLD STEADY

INTEREST RATES HOLD STEADY

April 15th, 2013

Happy Tax Day!!

Interest rates closed last week very similar to where they started the week.  The Mortgage Backed Security market closed the week trading down (– 22 bps), but closed Monday trading up (+ 16 bps).

We are finally seeing some signs of weakness in the stock market, which could be a good sign for interest rates.  On Monday, the DOW Jones closed more than 100 points down.  China’s 1st quarter GDP was lower than expected.  The gold market crashed. 

The increased uneasiness in the stock markets should see more investors flock to the safety of US Treasuries and mortgage backed securities.  The stock market has been due for a pull back, and it appears it may be upon us.

Overall, interest rates are very good right now, but may even drop a bit lower.  Expect a lot of volatility this week with many economic reports set to be released. 

Make it a great week!!   

BEST VALUE OF THE WEEK:

30 Year Fixed at 3.625% paying 0 points

TODAY’S RATES:

30 year fixed:     3.5% paying .20 points,     3.625% paying 0 points,     3.75% – $0 costs

20 year fixed:   3.375% paying .52 points,     3.5% paying 0 points,     3.625%  – $0 costs

15 year fixed:   2.625% paying .62 points,     2.875% paying 0 points,     3% – $0 costs

5/1 ARM:   2% paying .99 points,     2.375% paying 0 points,     2.625% – $0 costs

7/1 ARM:    2.25% paying .99 points,     2.625% paying 0 points,     2.75%- $0 costs

30 year fixed High Balance Loan:    3.625% paying .63 points;     3.75% paying 0 points;     3.875% – $0 costs

30 year fixed FHA:    3.25% – $0 costs

15 year fixed FHA:    2.75% paying 0 points,     3% – $0 costs

30 year fixed VA:    3.25% – $0 costs

TR - 4-15-2013

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