This week, Mark Smith highlights the details of the FHA streamline refinance
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Yesterday, U.S. Treasuries and mortgage bonds ended the day higher because of speculation that the Fed could resume quantitative easing this year. Mortgages are higher again this morning as attractive yields have moved money back into bonds.
The Federal Government has announced a new program to help borrowers who are currently underwater – the FHA Short Refinance. Find out if you can benefit from this new program.
This morning mortgage backed securities are fairly flat. Some of the key economic reports slated for the week include tomorrow’s retail sales numbers, Thursday’s producer index and Friday’s consumer prices index. Later this afternoon, we have the Treasury’s Federal monthly budget statement which is expected to show that our deficit is going to narrow slightly to $95 billion.
Treasuries traded lower yesterday for the 2nd day in a row following the dissapointing Treasury auction and stronger than expected unemployment claims report. Treasuries are continuing their slide again this morning on the recent positive economic data that has boosted investor confidence for a slow recovery. President Obama is expected to speak on the economy at a news conference later this morning.
It’s been over 100 days since any of us experienced what happened this morning. Financial experts and anylists have been prediciting this for a while, but [...]
One of the most common questions today is “Should I Refinance My Mortgage?” – We give current loan holders some advice for today’s historically low mortgage rate market.