According to the weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey, those of you who took advantage of the low rates last week did so at the right time. This week, rates moved higher for the first time in three weeks.
Ryan Newman’s fifth top-10 finish of the Chase for the Sprint Cup wasn’t only good for Newman himself. It was also good for 10 winners of the Quicken Loans Bring It Home Sweepstakes.
Senate Democrats were three votes short of advancing the nomination of U.S. Congressman Mel Watt to head the agency that oversees the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage groups. Read about this and more in this week’s Market Update.
Happy Halloween! While you’re likely to get frightened by all the ghosts and goblins running around today, mortgage rates this week will surely make you scream!
After consecutive weeks of inching upward/remaining the same, mortgage rates dropped. Not just a little bit, either. In fact, rates dropped to their lowest point since June last week.
Any time Ryan Newman – driver of the No. 39 Quicken Loans Chevrolet – finishes in the top 10, Quicken Loans will pay out 10 mortgage payments to 10 lucky winners. You could be one of the winners!
Mortgage rates have three options: rise, drop or remain the same. After a few weeks of inching upward/remaining unchanged, rates took a dive this week – not just any dive, either.
My first time leasing a car was a bad experience, although I learned valuable lessons that helped me when it came time to lease again. Don’t make the same mistakes I did. If you’re considering leasing a car, take a look at the pointers I have before you make any decisions.
Congress passed a bill to raise the U.S. debt ceiling and end the partial government shutdown. While President Obama signed the short-term bill early Thursday morning, the deal will have to be revisited three months from now.
Friday was a quiet day for the Bond Market with no Fed speakers or economic news released. Overnight Treasuries snapped a three-day gain before the delayed Jobs Report is released tomorrow.