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Interest Rate Report - April 14

Long-term mortgage interest rates yo-yoed up and down in March as the economic winds shifted from week to week, according to mortgage finance company Freddie Mac.

Existing Home Sales - April 14

Sales of existing home sales fell for the fifth time in sixth months in February, according to the National Association of Realtors. Total U.S. existing-home sales slipped 0.4 percent in February to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.60 million, down from 4.62 million in January and down 7.1 percent from February 2013. Homes sales have nearly matched the 4.59 million low of July 2012.

Investors Back Out but Who Will Fill the Home Buyer Void

Last year investors bought one out of every five home sales in the U.S., according to the National Association of Realtors, but with rising home prices and fewer distressed properties, that percentage is likely to fall significantly this year.

Re-defaults Loom Large as Mortgage Modification Payments Set to Rise

HAMP was designed to save millions of American homeowners from foreclosure by offering mortgage modifications that would either reduce their monthly interest rate or their total loan principal. Those who qualified for rate reductions got fixed rates for five years for as low as 2 percent.

2013 Percentage of Distressed Properties Sales Hit Three-Year High

According to the RealtyTrac 2013 U.S. Residential & Foreclosure Sales Report, sales of all distressed properties – including short sales, foreclosure auctions and bank-owned homes – made up 16.2 percent of all home sales last year, an increase from 14.5 percent in 2012 and 15.2 percent in 2011.

A Look at 2014 Housing Predictions

As 2013 slips into the past, it’s time to look forward to try to get a glimpse at what the coming year will hold for the U.S. housing market. The past year was definitely a year of recovery, with home prices gaining about 10 percent on average across the country and sales reaching a fever pitch in late spring.

The FHA Hastens Its Retreat from the Mortgage Market

After being the main backstop for U.S. home loans for the past six years ago, the Federal Housing Administration is taking bold actions to reduce its share of the market. Starting in January, the FHA will lower its maximum loan limits in most housing markets, with the aim of forcing buyers at the higher end to turn to private sources.

Is the Peak of Home Price Growth Behind Us?

The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index jumped 12.8 percent in August from the year before. Las Vegas led the nation with a yearly price appreciation of 29.2 percent. Denver and Dallas also saw record price levels

QRM Rule Proposal Could Negate Any Real Market Change

Last week, six federal regulatory agencies, including the Federal Reserve, proposed a change to the Dodd-Frank “qualified residential mortgages” (QRMs) law requirements. The law called for banks to hold onto at least five percent of any loan that does not come with a 20 percent down payment.

How Will the Mortgage Market Handle Higher Interest Rates?

Long-term U.S. mortgage interest rates have likely hit bottom and are likely on their way back up. Rising rates may bring a new wave of buyers to the mortgage table, hopefully replacing a lot of the business that will be lost on refinance loans. The Federal Reserve has hinted that it might reduce its efforts to keep rates low sooner than previously thought.

Getting the Big Picture on the Housing Market

In its most recent meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve decided once again to leave its target interest rate unchanged in the range of zero to 0.25 percent. That rate has not changed since December 2008, and it looks as though there will be no movement for some time to come.

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