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Mortgage Rates Recover; Housing Bright Spot; Who Owns 10K Homes?
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Thursday, February 14, 2013 4:47 PM

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Feb 14, 2013 4:30PM

Housing Seen as Emerging Bright Spot by Freddie Mac Economists

Even with the unexpected decline in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the fourth quarter of 2012, Freddie Mac's chief economist Frank E. Nothaft , and deputy chief Leonard Kiefer, see housing as an emerging bright spot . In the February issue of Freddie Mac's Outlook they point to a number of measures indicating that housing is an improving economic sector including that fixed residential investment made its first positive contribution to GDP growth since 2005, adding 0.4 percent to growth in the...

Feb 14, 2013 3:18PM

Mortgage Rates Recover Modestly After Treasury Auction

Mortgage rates moved slightly lower this afternoon after beginning the day in line with yesterday's worst levels of the year. Things looked relatively bleak as domestic market participants were greeted with flat trading levels vs Wednesday's late day weakness and stronger economic data in the morning that, at first, threatened to take rates even higher. But bond markets, including MBS (the mortgage-backed-securities that most directly affect mortgage rates) were able to hold their ground long enough...

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