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Home stocks continue to decline faster than usual this time of year, according to data from the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors. Demand is being fueled by homebuyers trying to get low mortgage rates, said Hancen Sale, Government Affairs and Policy Director at KAAR. "Inventory is down more than 3% from the previous week," said Sale. "While house...
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With the next Federal Reserve meeting scheduled for November 2-3, now is probably a good time to set a mortgage rate, whether you're planning to buy a home or refinance in the near future.It is likely that the (indirect) outcome of the November meeting will be higher mortgage rates, so securing a mortgage while rates are still low today...
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Folks are talking about how in-person mortgage conferences are coming back strong. For example, here in Florida that MBAF conference is approaching 300 registrants, and the California MBA’s Western Secondary (still two months away) has well over 200 participants, and registration has only been open a week. Folks are also talking about the mergers and acquisition (M&A) & investment...
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Should I lock a mortgage rate today?You should lock a mortgage rate when three conditions are met:When you buy a home, you have a signed home purchase agreementYou have the approval for the mortgage loan that you needYou have compared lenders to find the lowest interest rate availableMost borrowers shouldn't be trying to time the market when setting an...
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MLO Jobs; Jumbo, Workflow, Retention Products; Agency Risk Changes Ahead; Want a 6 Month Lock?The demand for shipping on the Suez Canal never stopped. (Do you think this conversation ever took place on the bridge of the Ever Given? “I bet you can’t turn this thing around in the Suez Canal!” “Really? Here, hold my beer.”) Mortgage pricing, as...
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