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Mortgage Rates Mostly Flat Despite Stronger Bond Market

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Mortgage rates are mostly determined by the trading levels of mortgage-backed bonds on the open market. When those bonds improve, mortgage rates move lower, all other things being equal. For a variety of reasons, that typical relationship has been hit and miss on any given day since the pandemic began. Today is a milder example. Bonds improved, but the average mortgage lender is offering rates that are nearly unchanged versus yesterday. The trade-off is that mortgage rates stayed much lower than the bond market suggested for most of the rest of the month of October. In other words, mortgage rates have been hesitant to move higher OR lower relative to the bond market's suggestion. All that having been said, broad trends in the bond market are still important. The more bonds move in the same...(read more)

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MBS RECAP: Bonds Looking Better This Week, But Risks Remain

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Bonds Looking Better This Week, But Risks Remain Today's release of FHFA's home price index showed a sharp acceleration in price growth, with the annual total at 8.0% by the end of August. If prices completely stopped moving up in Sept, that puts new conforming loan limits on pace for $545k+. Meanwhile, with a 2nd straight day of gains, the bond market is making case for a supportive shift, but risks remain. Econ Data / Events 20min of Fed 30yr UMBS Buying 10am, 1130am (M-F) and 1pm (T-Th) Durable Goods 1.9 vs 0.5 f'cast, 0.4 prev Core Durable Goods 1.0 vs 0.5 f'cast, 2.1 prev FHFA Home prices (y/y) +8.0 vs +6.5 prev Case Shiller Home Prices (y/y) 5.2 vs 4.1 prev Consumer Confidence 100.9 vs 102 f'cast, 101.3 prev Market Movement Recap 08:51 AM Bonds were modestly stronger...(read more)

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Homeownership is Growing, Especially Among Younger Age Groups

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The U.S. homeownership rate in the third quarter fell back slightly from the prior quarter. The second quarter saw the highest level for homeownership since the second quarter of 2008. Homeownership in the third quarter, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, was 67.4 percent, 0.5-point decrease from the previous period, but up from 64.8 percent in the third quarter of 2019. That rate ties with the second quarter of 2009 as the second highest rate since the onset of the housing crisis. The rate was highest in the Midwest and South at 71.2 percent and 70.8 percent and substantially lower in the Northeast (62.0 percent) and West (62.1 percent). All four regions posted annual increases. The rate increased for all age groups. Those under the age of 35 jumped from 37.5 percent in the third quarter...(read more)

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