LOCK IN AT THE LOWEST RATES SINCE JUNE OF 2013

Lock in at the Lowest Rates since June of 2013

October 14th, 2014

Interest rates continued their strong move lower last week and this Tuesday – dropping approximately .25% over the past 6 days.
The Mortgage Backed Security (MBS) market closed last week trading up + 84 bps, and Tuesday trading up + 38 bps – pushing interest rates to the lowest levels we have seen since June of 2013.

Interest rates had been gradually improving and then we saw big movements lower in the past week and a half.  Typically when rates go one way for an extended period of time – they will eventually get a strong correction the other way.

My recommendation is to lock in now. You will be locking in at the lowest rates in 1 year and 3 months – not bad.

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Below are today’s interest rates. Have a great week!!

BEST VALUE OF THE WEEK:

30 Year Fixed at 4% paying 0 points

15 Year Fixed at 3.25% paying 0 points

TODAY’S INTEREST RATES:

30 year fixed:       3.875% – 1 point (4.075% APR),        4% – 0 points (4.09% APR)

20 year fixed:       3.625% – .62 points (3.74% APR),        3.875% – 0 points (3.9% APR)

15 year fixed:        3% – .875 points (3.17% APR),        3.25% – 0 points (3.29% APR)

10 year fixed:        2.75% – .875 points (2.92% APR),        3% – 0 points (3.05% APR)

5/1 ARM:        2.625% – .87 point (2.77% APR),         3% – 0 points (3.05% APR)

7/1 ARM:        2.875% – 1 point (3.07% APR),        3.125% – 0 points (3.16% APR)

30 year fixed FHA:        3.375% – .5 points (4.42% APR),         3.5% – 0 points (4.55% APR)

15 year fixed FHA:        2.875% – .625 points (3.29% APR),          3% – 0 points (3.3% APR)

30 year fixed VA:         3.375% – .75 points (3.52% APR),         3.625% – 0 points (3.68% APR)

Today's Interest Rates - October 14th, 2014

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LOWEST RATES OF 2013 – 30 YEAR FIXED DOWN TO 3.25%

LOWEST RATES OF 2013   –   30 YEAR FIXED DOWN TO 3.25%

April 28th, 2013

Interest rates have fallen to the lowest levels of 2013 and are close to their lowest levels ever.  The mortgage backed security market closed the week trading (+ 39 bps).  The 10 year note broke a key technical indicator trading below 1.69%. 

Interest rates are on a roll and now is a great time to lock in a great rate.  You can currently get a 30 year fixed rate at 3.25% with less than a point and a 15 year fixed rate at 2.5% with less than a point. 

When rates hit really low levels, they usually don’t stay there for long.  This coming week will likely be volatile with the Federal Open Market Committee meeting and April’s employment numbers coming out on Friday.

I would recommend locking early this week if you are in the market for a home loan.

Make it a great week!!   

BEST VALUE OF THE WEEK:

30 Year Fixed at 3.375% paying 0 points

15 Year Fixed at 2.625% paying 0 points

TODAY’S RATES:

30 year fixed:     3.25% paying .88 points,     3.375% paying 0 points,     3.5% – $0 costs

20 year fixed:   3.125% paying .23 points,     3.25% paying 0 points,     3.375%  – $0 costs

15 year fixed:   2.375% paying .92 points,     2.625% paying 0 points,     2.875% – $0 costs

5/1 ARM:   2.125% paying .89 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:    3.5% paying .73 points;     3.75% – $0 costs

30 year fixed FHA:    3% paying .93 points;     3.25% – $0 costs

15 year fixed FHA:    2.375% paying .94 points,     2.75% – $0 costs

30 year fixed VA:    3.25% – $0 costs

TR - April 28th, 2013

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Lowest Rates of 2013 – 30 year fixed down to 3.25%

OCTOBER 2012 – RATES RISE SLIGHTLY, STILL NEAR RECORD LOWS

OCTOBER 2012 – RATES RISE SLIGHTLY, STILL NEAR RECORD LOWS

October 1st, 2012            

Happy October!!

The MBS market closed last week trading up (+ 37 bps), and is currently trading (+ 25 bps) on Monday morning.

While mortgage rates should have improved last week- they actually increased slightly.  This is a result of most lenders enacting the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac guaranteed fee increase for loans delivered to Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac December 1st, 2012 and later.

This week will likely be volatile in the rate markets with Europe still working on plans to save the Euro.  On Friday, the unemployment report comes out.  This will usually push rates one way or the other.  The expectation is that jobs will increase but the unemployment report will stay the same due to potential workers dropping out of the job market.

Now is still a great time to lock in at record low rates.

My best values of the week:

30 Year Fixed at 3.5% paying 0 points

30 Year Fixed High Balance Loan at 3.5% with 0 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed:  3.25% paying .773 point, 3.5% paying 0 points

20 year fixed:  3.25% paying .149 points, 3.375% paying 0 points

15 year fixed:  2.625% paying .74 points, 2.875% paying 0 points

5/1 ARM:  2.125% paying .99 points, 2.5% paying 0 points

7/1 ARM:  2.25% paying .99 points, 2.625% paying 0 points

30 year fixed High Balance Loan:  3.5% paying 0 points

30 year fixed FHA:  3.25% paying 0 points

15 year fixed FHA:  2.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed VA: 3.25% paying 0 points

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OCTOBER 2012 – RATES RISE SLIGHTLY, STILL NEAR RECORD LOWS

 

30 YEAR FIXED AT 3.25% – MORTGAGE RATES REACH NEW ALL TIME LOW!!

30 YEAR FIXED AT 3.25% – MORTGAGE RATES REACH NEW ALL TIME LOW!!

September 22nd, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading up (+ 112 bps).

Rates are the lowest they have ever been right now. 

Most customers can get a 3.5% 30 year fixed with absolutely $0 costs.  15 year fixed at 3% with absolutely $0 costs.  Lower rates are available paying fees.

The Fannie Mae guaranteed fee increase isn’t in all lender’s rate pricing yet.  Rates this low usually don’t last long.  This is a great opportunity to take advantage of once in a lifetime low rates.

My best values of the week:

30 Year Fixed at 3.375% with 0 points

15 Year Fixed at 2.875% with 0 points

30 Year Fixed High Balance Loan at 3.5% with 0 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed:  3.25% paying .51 point, 3.375% paying 0 points

20 year fixed:  3.25% paying 0 points

15 year fixed:  2.625% paying .95 points, 2.875% paying 0 points

5/1 ARM:  2.125% paying .97 points, 2.5% paying 0 points

7/1 ARM:  2.375% paying .84 points, 2.625% paying 0 points

30 year fixed High Balance Loan:  3.375% paying .43 points, 3.5% paying 0 points

30 year fixed FHA:  3.25% paying 0 points

15 year fixed FHA:  2.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed VA:  3.25% paying 0 points

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30 YEAR FIXED AT 3.25% – MORTGAGE RATES CREATE NEW ALL TIME LOW!!

 

MORTGAGE RATES SURPASS ALL TIME LOWS WITH THE FED’S 40 BILLION BOND PURCHASE ANNOUNCEMENT

MORTGAGE RATES SURPASS ALL TIME LOWS WITH THE FED’S 40 BILLION BOND PURCHASE ANNOUNCEMENT:

September 17th, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading up (+ 28 bps).

The big news happened on Thursday when the FED announced they would purchase 40 Billion in Mortgage Backed Securities per month until the economy improves.  This sent the MBS market way up, and mortgage pricing to all time low levels.   The MBS market ended up closing + 134 bps on Thursday alone.  On Friday and Monday, the Mbs market gave some gains back, closing – 62 bps on Friday, and – 3 bps on Monday.

The elephant in the room is still the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guaranteed fee increase.  These will be hitting all rate sheets very soon.  As a direct lender, my bank has 8 big banks that provide us credit lines in which to fund loans.  All but 2 have increased pricing due to the Fannie Mae pricing announcement.  The others could happen at any time.  That is why I am recommending locking loans as soon as possible to take advantage of where current pricing is before the pricing goes up on all rate sheets. 

The risk of waiting is not worth the reward at this point as the market will have to improve by .5 to .625% in costs just to take back the losses as a result of the Guaranteed Fee increase when it goes into effect.

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed:  3.375% paying .43 point, 3.5% paying 0 points

20 year fixed:  3.25% paying .59 points, 3.375% paying 0 points

15 year fixed:  2.75% paying .65 points, 2.875% paying 0 points

5/1 ARM:  2.25% paying .43 points, 2.5% paying 0 points

7/1 ARM:  2.25% paying .87 points, 2.625% paying 0 points

30 year fixed High Balance Loan:  3.5% paying .36 points, 3.625% paying 0 points

30 year fixed FHA:  3.25% paying 0 points

15 year fixed FHA:  2.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed VA3.25% paying 0 points

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MORTGAGE RATES SURPASS ALL TIME LOWS WITH THE FED’S 40 BILLION BOND PURCHASE ANNOUNCEMENT

MORTGAGE RATES RISE QUICKLY WITH MBS SELL OFF!!

MORTGAGE RATES RISE QUICKLY WITH MBS SELL OFF!!

August 20th, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading down (-91 bps) and on Monday the MBS market is trading up ( + 18 bps).

Mortgage rates went up rapidly as investors saw more signs that the European Debt situation seems to be easing and the US economy is getting stronger. When investor confidence comes back, there is usually a quick turn around and rates rise much faster than they go down. This is why I always say if you like a particular rate and product, lock it, as rates can change very quickly. I don’t see rates ever going below 3.25% without getting very expensive. Many potential borrowers missed out on great rates waiting for a small dip in rates, which would only lower their payment an additional $10-$20. It is usually not worth the risk.

There is not much data this week. I expect rates to rebound slightly as is the norm when rates go one way very quickly. On August 30th, Bernanke will have his opening speech at the annual economic conference at Jackson Hole. With the recent signs of economic strength, there is now investor sentiment that the FED will not begin another round of quantitative easing. His speech on the 30th, will likely give us some insight on what the FED may do.

On the bright side, football starts in 2 weeks. I will be out of town from Wednesday to Monday so you may not be able to reach me during those days. Make it a great week!!

My best value of the week:

30 Year Fixed High Balance Loan at 3.875% with .199 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed:   3.625% paying .58 points, 3.75% paying 0 points
20 year fixed:   3.5% paying .79 points, 3.75% paying 0 points
15 year fixed:   2.875% paying .98 points, 3.125% paying 0 points
5/1 ARM:   2.25% paying .96 points, 2.625% paying 0 points
7/1 ARM:   2.5% paying .74 points, 2.75% paying 0 points
30 year fixed High Balance Loan:   3.75% paying .88 points, 3.99% paying 0 points
30 year fixed FHA:   3.25% paying 0 points
15 year fixed FHA  2.75% paying 0 points
30 year fixed VA:   3.25% paying 0 points

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MORTGAGE RATES RISE QUICKLY WITH MBS SELL OFF!!

MORTGAGE RATES RISE WITH LESS CONCERN OVER EUROPE’S DEBT CRISIS

MORTGAGE RATES RISE WITH LESS CONCERN OVER EUROPE’S DEBT CRISIS

August 13th, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading down (-38 bps) and on Monday the MBSmarket closed down ( – 3 bps).    

Mortgage rates rose last week as fewer investors are seeking the safety of US Bonds and Mortgage Markets.  These markets are technically selling negative – pushing rates up from their previous lows.  The general mood on Europe’s monetary situation has improved with optimism that a solution to ease the situation will eventually happen.  This optimism causes less demand for mortgage backed securities, pushing the prices lower and rates higher.

I recommend locking as the MBS market technical indicators are in a bear state, indicating that rates could continue to creep higher. 

My best value of the week:

30 Year Fixed High Balance Loan at 3.75% with 0 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed:  3.5% paying .24 points, 3.625% paying 0 points

20 year fixed:  3.375% paying .69 points, 3.5% paying 0 points

15 year fixed:  2.75% paying .869 points, 3% paying 0 points

5/1 ARM:  2.25% paying .8 points, 2.5% paying 0 points

7/1 ARM:  2.375% paying .85 point, 2.625% paying 0 points

30 year fixed High Balance Loan:  3.625% paying .43 points, 3.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed FHA:  3.25% paying 0 points

15 year fixed FHA:  2.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed VA: 3.25% paying 0 points

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MORTGAGE RATES RISE WITH LESS CONCERN OVER EUROPE’S DEBT CRISIS

MORTGAGE RATES RISE DUE TO OPTIMISM IN THE STOCK MARKETS:

MORTGAGE RATES RISE DUE TO OPTIMISM IN THE STOCK MARKETS:

July 30th, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading down (- 44 bps) and on Monday morning the mbsmarket is tradingup (+ 15 bps).    

For the first week in many, the mortgage interest rate market pulled higher mainly due to optimism in the stock markets.  The President of the ECB stated in a speech that they are willing to do whatever it takes to save the Euro.  This public declaration resulted in optimism among investors wary of the European debt crisis that has been dragging on the market for months.  European stocks rose to a 4 month high last week. 

This week will be a critical and volatile week in the interest rate markets.  The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday with a statement on Wednesday.  Most of the market now expects the FED to take on another round of mortgage backed security purchases.  The European Central Bank will meet on Thursday.  The July employment report will come out on Friday. 

Tough to say whether to lock or float right now.  We will likely see some big swings in the market depending on the news of that day. 

My best value of the week:

30 Year Fixed High Balance Loan at 3.75% with 0 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed:  3.5% paying .329 points, 3.625% paying 0 points

20 year fixed:  3.25% paying .94 points, 3.5% paying 0 points

15 year fixed:  2.75% paying .94 points, 2.99% paying 0 points

5/1 ARM:  2.375% paying .72 points, 2.625% paying 0 points

7/1 ARM:  2.5% paying .66 points, 2.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed High Balance Loan:  3.625% paying .74 point, 3.75% paying 0 points

30 year fixed FHA:  3.25% paying 0 points

15 year fixed FHA:  2.75% paying .29 points, 2.875% paying 0 points

30 year fixed VA3.25% paying 0 points

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MORTGAGE RATES BREAK YET ANOTHER RECORD!!

MORTGAGE RATES BREAK YET ANOTHER RECORD

July 23rd, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading up (+ 44 bps) and on Monday morning the mbs market is trading up (+ 19 bps).

Last week the mbs market started off higher, but for most of the week lenders were not pricing better. Monday morning, we are seeing some nice improvement likely due to mortgage backed security market breaking a technical barrier of 1.46%.

Rates have broken yet another record – right now a well qualified buyer can get a 3.375% 30 year fixed for less than .3 pts.

The European debt crisis is again one of the issues that continue to drive investors and mortgage rates. Greece is on the verge of a US 30’s type depression and will likely have to leave the European Union soon. Investors are flocking to safe investments is the Euro is crumbling.

I would recommend locking and taking advantage of these gains if you can.

My best value of the week:

30 Year Fixed at 3.375% paying .298 points
20 Year Fixed at 3.25% paying .11 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed: 3.375% paying .29 points, 3.5% paying 0 points
20 year fixed: 3.25% paying .11 points, 3.375% paying 0 points
15 year fixed: 2.75% paying .59 points, 2.875% paying 0 points
5/1 ARM: 2.25% paying .76 points, 2.5% paying 0 points
7/1 ARM: 2.375% paying .87 points, 2.625% paying 0 points
30 year fixed High Balance Loan: 3.5% paying .49 point, 3.625% paying 0 points
30 year fixed FHA: 3.375% paying .29 points, 3.5% paying 0 points
15 year fixed FHA: 2.75% paying .59 points, 2.875% paying 0 points
30 year fixed VA: 3.25% paying 0 points

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MORTGAGE RATES BREAK YET ANOTHER RECORD!!

MORTGAGE RATES REMAIN STABLE – 30 YEAR FIXED AT 3.75%

MORTGAGE RATES REMAIN STABLE – 30 YEAR FIXED AT 3.75%

July 17th, 2012

The MBS market closed last week trading down (-3 bps). Basically a ho-hum week with not a lot of data or change in rates.

This week FED chairman Ben Bernanke testifies before Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday.  On Tuesday, he said that the FED could still use measures to boost economy if it saw fit. While not saying they would use them, he says they are available if they feel the need.

This economic easing could include another round of buying mortgage backed securities and lowering of the interest rate the FED charges it’s reserve banks. He noted that using these measures is an option,but  there a certain risks and side effects that need to be considered carefully before using them.

The FED is still happy with inflation staying below 2%. It will focus on job growth when deciding if more economic easing is necessary. Job growth has been very slow and below projected numbers the past few months.

All in all, there is not much information that we have not already been given. Mortgage rates are remaining at record low levels and it appears the FED will not push to purchase mortgage backed securities unless it absolutely has too.

I predict for rates to stay stable barring anything unforeseen happening in the market.

My best value of the week:

30 Year Fixed High Balance Loans at 3.75% paying 0 points
5/1 ARM at 2.5% paying .0 points

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed: 3.375% paying .89 points, 3.5% paying 0 points
20 year fixed: 3.25% paying .78 points, 3.375% paying 0 points
15 year fixed: 2.75% paying .7 points, 2.99% paying 0 points
5/1 ARM: 2.25% paying .8 points, 2.5% paying 0 points
7/1 ARM: 2.375% paying .8 points, 2.625% paying 0 points
30 year fixed High Balance Loan: 3.5% paying .90 point, 3.75% paying 0 points
30 year fixed FHA: 3.25% paying 0 points
15 year fixed FHA: 2.75% paying .19 points, 2.875% paying 0 points
30 year fixed VA: 3.25% paying 0 points

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Mortgage Rates Remain Stable – 30 Year Fixed at 3.75%