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What’s Ahead For Dublin, CA Mortgage Rates This Week – July 8, 2013

Last week Dublin saw a relatively quiet week due to the 4th of July holiday, but there were some housing-related developments: Monday: The Department of Commerce reported that overall construction spending increased by 0.50 percent in May to a … Continue reading...

Mortgage Tips From the Pro’s to Pay Off Your Bay Area Mortgage In Less Time

What if you could accelerate the mortgage payment on your home so that you own your property several years earlier than your 15 or 30 year rate term? Making your final mortgage payment and owning your house is an incredibly good feeling and there … Continue reading...

What’s Ahead For Pleasanton Mortgage Rates This Week – July 1, 2013

The past week was active for economic news and Bay Area mortgage rates. The aftermath of the Fed's indication that it may start dialing back its multi-billion dollar monthly purchases of Treasury and mortgage backed securities has sent mortgage rates … Continue reading...

Caution Ahead- Bay Area Mortgage Rates This Week – June 24, 2013

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Comments by Fed chairman Ben Bernanke after Wednesday's FOMC meeting caused havoc and interest rates to spike in financial markets as investors anticipated the potential effects of any rollback of the Fed's policy of quantitative easing (QE). … Continue reading...

What’s Ahead For Bay Area Mortgage Rates This Week – June 17, 2013

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Last week's news was relatively quiet with no data significant to the mortgage lending released until Wednesday, when the federal government announced a $138 billion budget deficit for May. According to the U.S. Treasury this figure is 11 percent … Continue reading...

What’s Ahead For Pleasanton Mortgage Rates This Week — June 10, 2013

Last week's economic reports provided a mixed bag of results for news and Pleasanton's mortgage rates. On Monday, the Department of Commerce reported that construction spending increased by 0.40 percent in April and fell shy of the expected reading … Continue reading...

3 Critical Tips To Improve Your Credit Score And Mortgage Terms

When you are looking for a mortgage for your Bay Area home purchase, your credit score is very important. Any potential lender will check your score and will use the number to assess your credit worthiness and the interest rate they offer you. The … Continue reading...

What’s Ahead For Bay Area Mortgage Rates This Week — June 3, 2013

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Last week’s financial news was relatively limited due to the Memorial Day holiday and no economic reports being released on Wednesday. The biggest news in terms of housing and mortgages was the S&P/Case-Shiller Housing Market Indices (HMI) … Continue reading...

Bay Area Interest Rates Jump on Strong Economic News -Mortgage News May 20, 2013

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Last week was jam-packed with economic news; here are some highlights with emphasis on housing and mortgage related news: Monday: Retail sales for April increased to -0.1 percent from the March reading of -0.5 percent and also surpassed Wall … Continue reading...

Mortgage Rates Up; What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – May 13, 2013

Mortgage rates rose last week in the Bay Area with average rates a 30-year fixed rate mortgage rising from last week's 3.35 percent to 3.42 percent with buyers paying all closing costs and 0.7 percent in discount points. Average rates for a … Continue reading...