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Mortgage Rates Recover; Improving Markets in all 50 States
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Wednesday, February 6, 2013 5:43 PM

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Feb 6, 2013 3:32PM

Mortgage Rates Recover Yesterday's Losses, Back In Line With Monday

Mortgage rates did a complete 180, for the second straight session. This reverses yesterday's rise in borrowing costs, taking them back in line with Monday's more palatable offerings in most cases. While some lenders are slightly better or worse than Monday, the average rate sheet continues to hover around the 3.625% Best-Execution level for 30yr Fixed, Conventional loans. That means that for all the volatility we've seen--and considering the somewhat dramatically worded "180" degree turns, the swings...

Feb 6, 2013 12:00PM

Improving Markets List Expands to Include at Least One Major City in Every State

All fifty states and the District of Columbia are now represented on the Improving Markets Index (IMI) that was released today by National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and First American Title Insurance. The February IMI expanded to a total of 259 metropolitan areas with the addition of 20 cities to the list The new cities represented 15 states with five of those states, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, North Carolina, and Texas adding two metropolitan areas each. Among the new additions were Racine...

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