Mortgage Blog

Mortgage Blog

Small Miss On Job Gains

Small Miss On Job Gains

There was some good news to be had at the conclusion of a tumultuous week on Wall Street. Slowing global growth and a slight miss on jobs numbers helped to push mortgage rates to their lowest levels that we have seen in the past two months. This weakening in growth rates has analysts less concerned about inflation which is reflected in the lower mortgage rates.
Ongoing Effects of the Recent Housing Slowdown

Ongoing Effects of the Recent Housing Slowdown

There have been a number of different market analysts discussing a potential economic slowdown in recent weeks, and many of their remarks include data highlighting to a slowing housing market. Typically, construction and housing are strong drivers in the overall economy, with overall construction, both residential and commercial, accounting for about 7% of today's GDP. It is interesting to note that while housing starts are growing at a slower pace, no such change has been observed in the commercial sector. This downturn has some market watchers worried about the chances for another massive crisis similar to the crunch that precipitated the 2008 housing crisis and ensuing recession.
Conforming Loan Limits Increase

Conforming Loan Limits Increase

If you are shopping for a mortgage, you may hear the terms conforming and non-conforming, and wonder what exactly they mean. Simply put, conforming loans are at or below the level of debt that can be taken on by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. With non-conforming loans, there are additional financial requirements that are part of the mortgage process. Every year the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) determines the necessary increase in housing prices in order to establish the new conforming loan values.
Nabor October Market Report

Nabor October Market Report

Strong GDP Growth and Lower Mortgage Rates

Strong GDP Growth and Lower Mortgage Rates

It was a good week for mortgage rates in spite of mixed data reports on the economic front. The stock market continued its trend of volatility and finished the week down overall. Concurrent changes in the bond market reflected its inverse relationship with equities, and the continued outlook for a global slowdown also helped to push yields lower. This, in turn, influenced the decrease in mortgage rates
Hipotecas en Naples

Hipotecas en Naples

Hipotecas en Naples
Naples Area Market Report

Naples Area Market Report

Naples 3Q Housing Market Remains Strong
Bonita Springs VA Mortgage

Bonita Springs VA Mortgage

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Strong GDP Growth and Market Volatility Push Yields Lower

Strong GDP Growth and Market Volatility Push Yields Lower

The top takeaway from this week's market performance is the effect that the volatility had on the overall mortgage markets. With a lower market came lower rates, with the major economic news released throughout the week seeming to have little effect. The mixed data didn't seem to move markets either way in any significant form. Strong earnings and GDP growth pushed yields lower and brought mortgage rates down. Analysts maintained their weaker outlook for overall global growth in spite of the release of some strong economic data.
Bay Pines VAHCS to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Naples Clinic 10/25/2018

Bay Pines VAHCS to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Naples Clinic 10/25/2018

Bay Pines VAHCS to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Naples Clinic 10/25/2018