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European Headlines Help Mortgage Rates; January Housing Scorecard
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Monday, February 6, 2012 4:46 PM

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Feb 6, 2012 3:34PM

European Headlines Help Mortgage Rates Bounce Back

Following Friday's employment data, Mortgages Rates moved quickly higher. In most cases, the changes were seen not in the quoted interest rates themselves, but rather in the closing costs required to obtain those rates. A small number of lenders' Best-Execution rates rose to 4.0%, but a majority stayed at 3.875%. (learn more about how we calculate Best-Execution in THIS POST ). For a given interest rate, there are a range of costs at which it could still be a best-execution candidate. Whereas Friday...

Feb 6, 2012 4:41PM

January Housing Scorecard Released by HUD, Treasury

The Departments of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Treasury issued the administration's January Housing Scorecard on Monday. The report is essentially a summary of data on housing and housing finance released by public and private sources over the previous month and/or quarter. Most of the data such as new and existing home sales, permits and starts, mortgage originations, and various house price evaluations have been previously covered by MND. The scorecard incorporates by reference the...

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