The Past Week’s Postsby Tim Manni
Just in case you missed one of our stories from the past week, here’s our weekly recap.
“Mortgage Rates Creep Upwards“: The Conforming 30-year rate crept past the 5% mark for the first time in a month.
“Update1: Citi, Fannie, Freddie Delay Foreclosures for the Holidays“: One last holiday at “home.”
“Our Two Month Forecast for Mortgage Rates Is All New“: Curious to what mortgage rates will look like come January, February? Be sure to read our two-month forecast.
“Much of the Same from the FOMC“: The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) ended their two-day meeting today the same way they have been for months now: keeping the target for the Fed funds rates between 0 and 0.25%, and claiming that the economy continues to recover, albeit very slowly.
“Update1: Extreme Makeover: Foreclosed-Home Edition“: Another home renovated by the popular T.V. series enters into foreclosure.
“Lower Rates, Higher Payment, is the 15-Yr Mortgage Right for You?“: A 15-year loan can save you loads in the long run, but can you afford it?
“The Consumer Wheels Are Spinning in Washington“: There’s a lot happening right now on Capitol Hill that could really impact your bottom line.
“Mortgage Rates Firmed Last Week, More to Come?”: We predicted rates would begin to rise…