The Federal Reserve has signaled that it will continue to hike interest rates sporadically. Now the Congressional Budget Office is projecting just how high rates might go over the next few years
After raising interest rates at its last meeting, the Federal Reserve decided against a rate hike in May – but intimated that further hikes were on the way
Now is the time of year that mortgage professionals are flooded with predictions about what is going to happen in the housing market. Following the wrong advice could lead us to take poor risks or, conversely, not to take good ones.
The 10-year yield and MBS are experiencing low rates, but keep in mind to expect increased volatility at these low interest rate levels.
Mortgage rates crept up slightly this week, but still ended the year below 4%
The Case/Shiller 20-City home price index was released this morning and the take away, at least by many, is that smaller increases in home prices will make home purchases more affordable to more Americans. That of course assumes that consumers are really interested in buying a home.
U.S. equities jumped 5% in the past three sessions as Fed Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank will likely hold key rates near zero at least through the first quarter, even as the U.S. economy strengthens.
Many people had many predictions for this year, but which ones panned out? Here's a look at how they fared, and what that means for housing and the economy in 2015.