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FHA's Wants Increased Authority to Hold Lenders Accountable; Mortgage Rates Jump to 2013 Highs
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Wednesday, February 13, 2013 5:39 PM

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Feb 13, 2013 3:43PM

FHA's Galante Asks Congress For Increased Authority To Hold Lenders Accountable

On Wednesday the House Financial Services Committee held a second in a scheduled series of hearings to look into the financial condition of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) . The sole witness at the hearing titled "Bailout, Bust, or Much Ado about Nothing?: A Look at the Federal Housing Administration's 2012 Actuarial Report" was Carol Galante , Assist Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and Acting FHA Commissioner. Galante briefly recounted the history of the housing...

Feb 13, 2013 4:13PM

Mortgage Rates Jump To Highest Levels Of The Year

Mortgage rates surged higher at their quickest pace since late January on Wednesday eclipsing the previous highs of the year seen around the same time. For many lenders--and for the first time since mid 2012, this takes Best-Execution for 30yr Fixed, Conventional Loans back up to 3.75%. Some lenders remain at 3.625% and lower rates are still quite viable in certain situations. As always, remember that what we refer to as "best-execution" can vary depending on personal preferences. Also, it's important...

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