Holding the line on interest rates can be good for originators overall, but might have some negative impact in markets with tight inventory
The Fed will likely hold the line on short-term interest rates at its meeting next week
Anyone buying a home is all too familiar with the fact interest rates have risen sharply and dramatically in the last several weeks. Buyers and homeowners alike, should expect rates to be at these levels as long as positive economic data continues to surface in the financial markets.
After a rollercoaster week last week, are we set for more rate volatility? MBS Authority senior bond analyst Bryan McNee has explained what to expect for the week ahead
Rate volatility could continue this week with major economic announcements set to shake up the market, an analyst has said. How are you staying ahead of the curve?
With rates skyrocketing it may seem like prospective home buyers would be headed for the hills, but a new report shows the volatility may be drawing buyers into the market sooner than anticipated
A rise in jobs reported Friday is good news for the country's economic recovery, but could be bad news for rates
Lending rates have continued to soar off the back of Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke's comments last week, hitting a two-year high