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Mortgage Rates End Week At Best Levels; Pending Home Sales; Mortgage Defaults Rise
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Friday, December 28, 2012 4:30 PM

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Dec 28, 2012 2:55PM

Mortgage Rates End Week At Best Levels, But Risks Persist

Mortgage rates continued a moderate trend of improvement from mid-week, bringing rates to their best levels of the week on Friday. All of the recent day-over-day changes in rates have taken place on quite a small scale historically as broader markets stay exceptionally contained ahead of the Fiscal Cliff deadline. Conventional 30yr Fixed Best-Execution rates are still widely viable at 3.375%, but 3 days of minor improvements brings 3.25% increasingly back into view. ( Read More:What is A Best-Execution...

Dec 28, 2012 10:35AM

Consumer Loan Defaults Hit New Lows while Mortgage Defaults Rise

Default rates for first mortgage loans increased in both October and November according to the S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian. The increases drove the national default rate up from a post recession low reached in September despite continued improvements in the performance of second mortgage, credit card, and auto loans. The national composite index increased from 1.46 percent in September to 1.55 percent in October and 1.64 percent in November. First mortgages had also hit a post-recession...


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That Was Quick... Bond Markets Find Support After Cliff News

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MBS Shed A Quick 4 Ticks On Cliff Headlines

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ECON: Pending Home Sales +1.7 vs +1.0 Forecast

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