USDA Updates – They now charge for the awesomeness!

In my last post I gave a few tidbits about USDA (Click here if you missed it – Kick butt 100% financing that you’ll probably qualify for). WOW, I didn’t realize so many people would respond. Good Great stuff guys. So here are a few updates…. October 1, 2011 USDA Rural Housing Loan Changes: USDA Rural Housing has been taxpayer-subsidized ...

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : October 24, 2011

Mortgage markets improved last week on worries that Eurozone leaders would decline to send aid to Greece. These concerns overshadowed optimism for the U.S. economy, the result of several strong data points.

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USDA Rural Housing – kick butt 100% financing that you’ll probably qualify for!

          USDA Rural Housing – kick butt 100% financing that you’ll probably qualify for! So you’re looking to buy a home, you don’t have a lot of cash to work with & want a low payment. Looks like you better go to Craigslist & see the rental section right? Not so fast young grasshopper (who doesn’t ...

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Despite 18% Contract Failure Rate, Home Resales Stay Strong

According to data from the National Association of REALTORS®, on a seasonally-adjusted, annualized basis, September's Existing Home Sales eased by 150,000 units, falling to 4.91 million units nationwide.

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Finding Truth In September’s Housing Starts Report

Wednesday, the Census Bureau released its September Housing Starts report. In it, the government said that national Housing Starts rose 15 percent in September as compared to August 2011, tallying 658,000 units on a seasonally-adjusted annualized basis.

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : October 17, 2011

Mortgage bonds suffered through another tough week last week as rising optimism that Eurozone leaders will "rescue" Greece plus stronger-than-expected economic data in the U.S. led bonds lower for the second straight week.

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Fed Minutes : A Fed Divided Reaches Compromise

Wednesday, the Federal Reserve released the minutes from its 2-day September meeting. The release shows a divided Fed in disagreement about the current U.S. monetary policy.

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