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In September, the 10-City and 20-City Composites recorded annual returns of +1.6% and +0.6%, respectively. These two indices are reported at a monthly... - MND NewsWire
If challenged to summarize the effects of the great recession on the U.S. housing system in a single word, that word would be “change”. Change because... - Voice of Housing
A Federal Reserve official expressed concern on Monday that the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, soon to be operating as an independent agency... - MND NewsWire
MBS Quotes
FNMA 3.5 98-09 -0-03
FNMA 4.0 101-19 0-03
FNMA 4.5 104-05 -0-01
FNMA 5.0 106-03 -0-05
FNMA 5.5 107-13 -0-12
FNMA 6.0 108-26 -0-09
Updated: 11/30/10 4:33 PM
3 MO 0.1700 0.0148
2 YR 0.4500 -0.0579
5 YR 1.4700 -0.0320
10 YR 2.8100 -0.0105
30 YR 4.1200 -0.0201
Updated: 11/30/10 5:42 PM
Mortgage Rates
30 Yr FRM 4.35 -0.01
15 Yr FRM 3.61 0.00
FHA 30 Year 4.40 -0.02
Jumbo 30 Year 5.45 -0.01
5/1 Yr ARM 3.49 0.00
Updated: 11/30/10 4:46 PM
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Ron Haddad
on 11/30/2010 - read this comment
One interesting thing to note is that the CFPB is the entity that must oversee the new lending income compensation in April 2011. The NAMB/P is using this in the attempt to delay the April 1st income changes...
Adam Quinones
on 11/30/2010 - read this comment
From "U.S. Rates Rally as Bailout Talks Shift Back to Spain and Portugal" .....Unfortunately while positive progress has been noted, the technical environment still favors the bears, so any interest...
Frank Ceizyk
on 11/30/2010 - read this comment
What a truly uninspired analysis this is. You say:" It appears that this change in attitude may be a conscious response to recent price volatility and the fact that housing no longer seems to represent...
Bobby Downey
on 11/30/2010 - read this comment
John you just have to weigh the risk versus the reward...4.375% at .50 a point makes sense for you because it only takes 30 months or so to get your money back...4.25% at a point even makes sense if you...

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