Fannie Mae raised its economic growth prediction for the year, but low inventory and affordability concerns are still taking their toll on housing
While the president had harsh words for Yellen during the campaign, sources say he will discuss the possibility of her staying on for another term in the Fed’s top spot
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.
Presumptive Fed chair Janet Yellen is continuing the dovish dialogue of her predecessor
Borrowers who refinanced in the third quarter will see a net savings of $6bn in interest over the next 12 months
Some investors are speculating that the Fed may wind back its $85bn-per-month bond-buying program sooner than expected, perhaps fueling a hike in mortgage rates.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to pump money into the Treasury even as lawmakers plot their demise. But industry pros warn that burying the GSEs could hike mortgage rates and strangle competition.