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
Central bank officials are eager to get the rate hike process started, according to recently released minutes from the FOMC meeting. However, is the economy ready?
Researches have discovered that the ups and downs in the housing market are very different for advanced economies compared to emerging ones—an important insight as the U.S. Federal Reserve considers raising rates.
The low rate is a welcome sign for the Spring home buying season, but how long will it last?
What could go wrong if the Fed tries to force rates higher? According to RealtyTrac, a lot could happen, which is probably one of the reasons why the bank is so unclear.
Will they, won't they, when will they? The recent FOMC meeting gives us some answers.
Mortgage applications decreased 3.9% from one week earlier, while rates decreased on all five types of loans last week, a full-reversal of the prior week’s increases in interest rates.