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Three Ways To Protect Your Credit When Mortgage Shopping 12/25/2008
As mortgage rates continue to fall, mortgage application activity continues to rise throughout the nation. But while shopping for your mortgage is the right idea, there are a few things every consumer needs to keep in mind to protect their credit. Here are three tips to help you keep your credit in tact while you shop for your mortgage and try to take advantage of these historically low rates.
Three Things to Consider Before Refinancing 12/22/2008
As mortgage rates continue to drop in California, many homeowners have been rethinking their existing mortgages and considered refinancing. While low rates may be music to homeowner's ears, there are a few key considerations to remember before refinancing. Especially as the holiday season nears, here are three reminders for homeowners considering a refinance.
California Mortgage Rate Weekly News Roundup 12/19/2008
Stay up to date with the mortgage market in California with this weekly roundup of current events. Due to recent Fed activity, mortgage rates across the nation have been dropping considerably, and are still expected to improve. Homeowners looking to refinance have found this as a great opportunity to cut their monthly spending considerably. Recent reports also found that struggling homeowners sometimes only stall the default process.
How Did The Historical Fed Rate Cut Affect Your Mortgage? 12/17/2008
Today, the Federal Reserve slashed the target rate yet again, bringing the rate down to a historic low of zero to .25 percent. The move was anticipated, and the mortgage market and mortgage backed securities responded quite quickly. In addition to improvements on home equity loans, the move also brought improvement to traditional mortgages.
Mortgage Rates Continue To Drop, Individuals Still On The Sidelines 12/14/2008
Interest rates on 30 year fixed mortgages continue to fall below the 5.5 percent marker, and speculation agrees that homeowners could see even lower mortgage rates in the future. But, an ironic twist to these lowered mortgage rates has been individuals putting their housing plans on hold in anticipation of even more rate drops.


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Three Things to Consider Before Refinancing

California Mortgage Rate Weekly News Roundup

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