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Rates at All-Time Lows Ahead of Important Jobs Data

Mortgage rates were generally unchanged today, thus leaving the average lender at all-time lows for conventional 30yr fixed scenarios.  It continues to be the case that loan scenarios with additional risk factors have NOT seen nearly as much improvement as those in the top tier.  In general, however, things are starting to improve.
When coronavirus rocked the financial markets in March, mortgage rates were particularly hard hit.  This had a lot to do with the anticipated inability of millions of homeowners to make their mortgage payments.  While the government and the mortgage industry rushed to put programs in place to help those homeowners, there were/are unavoidable consequences for mortgages in the eyes of investors.  Simply put, each additional risk factor that makes forbearance (a temporary non-payment agreement) more likely from a statistical standpoint also made the available rates incrementally higher.  …(read more)Forward this article via email:  Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.
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