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National Mortgage Rates Report

I had a complete meltdown on my Twitter feed, yesterday. Bernanke told the House that he was concerned about inflation but more concerned about a recession.

I initially reversed my float recommendation and subsequently changed it back to lock because I thought Wall Street would hate Ben’s remarks; I was wrong. I violated the first principle; don’t fight the Fed.

The Federal Reserve is worried about a recession. I think we can expect the Fed to cut rates next month. The anticipation of that cut gives us a chance to see mortgage rates drift lower.

You should CAUTIOUSLY FLOAT your mortgage rate

If your closing is over 7 days away; I think you’ll have some room to get a mortgage rate that is .125% to .25% lower than it is today. Continue reading this post

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Posted by: Brian Brady on February 28th, 2008 under Financing, Mortgage and Home Loans, Guest Bloggers

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