Despite efforts from the Federal Reserve to increase mortgage bond purchases, rates managed to rise slightly before this announcement. How far did they rise? Let’s find out in this week’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
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Today in the Primary Mortgage Market Survey lots of hard hitting facts will be discussed: How far have mortgage rates dropped? Why have the mortgage rates dropped? What will the weather be like this weekend? Only two of these questions will be answered in this week’s PMMS Report.
Why are today’s mortgage rates down again? Why were they up last week? What does Ben Bernanke and the Fed have to do with it? So many questions, all answered in this week’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
Unlike the temperatures across the country, mortgage rates have dropped a little lower for the holiday weekend. How much did they fall? And how does this relate to my Fourth of July weekend? Well read this week’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey to find out.
Low rates and home prices are officially on the rise. What does this mean for you? When’s the best time to buy? Read on to find out!
All mortgage rates took a big jump up this week in the Primary Mortgage Market Survey, and the 30-year fixed rate took the biggest jump it’s had in years. To find out where the rates are heading, read this week’s PMMS Report.
Rates continue their upward climb on Mount Ratemore for the sixth straight week in a row. How high did they get in their journey? Why is Amanda writing this instead of Travis? All this and more in this week’s PMMS report.
It’s been a month of low rates sneaking higher every week. How much did they climb this week? Read the primary mortgage market survey to find out!
After over a month of record-low mortgage rates, we’ve seen low mortgage rates creep a little higher for two weeks in a row. Read the details in this week’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
Unfortunately, mortgage rates have reversed their recent trends and have risen this week according to the Primary Mortgage Market Survey. Read on to find out how much they’ve risen.