WEEKLY RATE – Rates Improve After Week Jobs Report

WEEKLY RATE – Rates Improve After Weak Job Report

June 2016

Interest rates improved last week, culminating at their lowest levels on Friday afternoon after a much weaker jobs report than expected was released.

On the week, the Mortgage Backed Security (MBS) market closed up + 67 bps, with most of that positive gain (+43 bps) taking place after the jobs report.

The job creation numbers were much lower than expected, causing some analysts to change their opinion on the FED again raising the Federal Funds rate.

Even with this improvement, mortgage interest rates have traded in a pretty narrow margin for months.  Friday’s improvement push 30 year fixed rates backed down to 3.5% (3.65% APR) for a portion of a point.

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

TODAY’S INTEREST RATES:

30 year fixed:       3.5% – .75 point (3.65% APR),       3.625% – 0 points (3.66% APR)

20 year fixed:       3.25% – 1 point (3.45% APR),        3.5% – 0 points (3.53% APR)

15 year fixed:        2.75% – .87 points (2.92% APR),        2.99% – 0 points (3.04% APR)

10 year fixed:        2.625% – .89 points (2.81% APR),        2.875% – 0 points (2.91% APR)

5/1 ARM:        2.875% – .7 points (3.01% APR),         3.125% – 0 points (3.15% APR)

7/1 ARM:       3.0% – .85 points (3.17% APR),        3.25% – 0 points (3.29% APR)

30 year fixed FHA:        3.25% – .13 points (3.97% APR),     3.375% – 0 points (4.075% APR)

15 year fixed FHA:        2.75% – .7 points (3.19% APR),      3.0% – 0 points (3.3% APR)

30 year fixed VA:        3.25% – .38 points (3.32% APR),      3.375% – 0 points (3.4% APR)
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WEEKLY RATE – Rates Improve After Week Jobs Report

INTEREST RATES RISE – WHERE WILL MORTGAGE RATES GO FROM HERE?

INTEREST RATES RISE – WHERE WILL MORTGAGE RATES GO FROM HERE?

October 22nd, 2012

Last week was a pretty tough week for interest rates. Mortgage pricing went up Monday through Thursday, but a rally on Friday pulled interest rates back down a bit.

The Mortgage Backed Security market closed last week trading (-64 bps). On Monday, the market is currently trading down (– 8 bps).

WHERE WILL MORTGAGE RATES GO FROM HERE?

Most agree that rates will not rise substantially with the weakening MBS market. Even though rates have trended up for the majority of two weeks, rates are still very low.

Mortgage rates will likely stay in the range they are now. I don’t think rates will go lower than the rate pricing we saw a couple of weeks ago, but I also don’t see them going substantially up from where they are now.

Confidence in the economy is growing which will typically cause a rise in rates. But the FED introducing QE3 will help them remain low for the rest of 2012.

THIS WEEK:

This week starts with the Presidential Debate on Monday. The Treasury will begin a 99 billion note auction on Tuesday. The Federal Open Market Committee is meeting on Tuesday with a press release on Wednesday. September results from new homes sales are released on Wednesday.

Barring any unforeseen events – I am hoping that rates will improve a little bit this week, but I don’t see anything too drastic happening one way or the other.

My lock recommendation is to lock on any rate improvement this week. 

My Best Value of the week:

15 Year Fixed at 2.99% paying $0 costs

 

Below are rates available today paying a point or less:

30 year fixed: 3.375% paying .70 points,     3.5% paying 0 points,     3.625% – $0 costs
20 year fixed: 3.25% paying .88 points,     3.5% paying 0 points,     3.625% – $0 costs
15 year fixed: 2.625% paying .82 points,     2.875% paying 0 points,      2.99% – $0 costs
5/1 ARM: 2.25% paying .85 points,     2.625% paying 0 points
7/1 ARM: 2.5% paying .59 points,     2.75% paying 0 points
30 year fixed High Balance Loan: 3.5% paying .43 points;     3.625% paying 0 points,     3.75% – $0 costs
30 year fixed FHA: 3.25% – $0 costs
15 year fixed FHA: 2.75% – $0 costs
30 year fixed VA: 3.25% – $0 costs

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