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Friday, November 27, 2015 (updated daily)
Mortgage rates remained level this week in spite of global market concerns re-surfacing and government bond yields moving down. The housing market's recovery is slowing as far as sales go, but home prices are moving higher. Latest reports show sales of existing homes fell from a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 5,580,000 in July to 5,310,000 in August, a 4.8% decrease. Also released this week was the Federal Housing Finance Agency's (FHFA) monthly house price index. Home prices rose 0.6% on a seasonally-adjusted basis from June to July. On another note, U.S. Treasury rates continued falling this week following the FED's US government bonds; and with bonds, as demand / price increase, their yield / rates fall. And we know mortgage rates follow Treasury bond rates (yields).
Mortgage applications jumped 14% last week compared with the prior week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) weekly survey. Home purchases were up 9% and refinance mortgages soared by a healthy 18%. It's common to see an increase in home mortgage refinances this time of the year due to the lower home mortgage rates. But these low rates may not be around for long, volatility is always just around the corner. These recent events put today's average 30-year fixed-rate conventional loan at 3.85%, down only 1 basis point from last week. It may be wise to lock in your rate now (rather than floating) and refinance your mortgage, or buy a new home now, thus avoiding any rate increase that would cause your monthly payments to go up in the future.
According to a survey of our home loan experts, for the upcoming week, Friday, November 27, 2015 to Thursday, December 03, 2015, 19 percent believe home loan and refinance mortgage rates will rise over the next week, 24 percent think mortgage and refinance rates will fall, and 57 percent believe mortgage rates will remain relatively unchanged (+/- 2 basis points). Survey results are provided weekly. Please come back often to see how accurate the experts fared. Last week, interest rates were down 1 basis point (relatively unchanged) and 62 percent picked correctly. As you can see, mortgage experts believe rates might fall again this coming week, you may want to act accordingly.
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