With winter officially over, markets are projecting a strong spring buying season
With the economy finally strong enough for the Fed to pursue its policy of steady interest-rate increases, Freddie Mac predicts that mortgage rates will keep heading upward
Janet Yellen’s fight to be confirmed as the next head of the Federal Reserve got a little easier Wednesday when Republican Sen. Bob Corker announced he would support her.
With rates continuing to creep upward, mortgage applications dropped again last week.
Activity was down in the mortgage market last week as a result of spiking interest rates.
A White House spokesman says President Obama is confident that his pick to head the Federal Reserve will be confirmed despite some Republican grumblings.
Stronger-than-expected economic data pushed rates higher for the second week in a row this week.
The presumptive head of the Federal Reserve testified before the Senate today on her plans for the Fed's $85bn-per-month bond-buying program.