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National Mortgage Rates Report: April 14, 2008

I’m still floating mortgage rates, unless my clients are closing within 14 days. I’m cautiously floating because of the volatility in the market. Fundamentally, mortgage rates shouldn’t have a whole lot more room to come down; the Fed cuts are probably coming to an end.

Something much more drastic than the Fed open market activities will be needed to pull us out of the recession.

Yep. I said the R word and have been since last fall. I’m not scared of the recession; I welcome it.

Here’s the trick for mortgage rates. The weak dollar has world investors believing that the Fed’s easy money policy is inflationary…


The recession hits them. Make no mistake about it, the economic slowdown is a global phenomenon. Canada and the UK are following suit by cutting rates. I think the world wide recession will lower oil prices and provide some much needed relief to the American consumer. Continue reading this post


Posted by: Brian Brady on April 14th, 2008 under Financing, Mortgage and Home Loans

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