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MBS RECAP: Bonds Take a Day to Digest Fed Day as Stocks Finally React

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Apparently it took the 9:30am NYSE opening bell ringer for stocks to truly realize what just happened. The Fed announcement on Wednesday was their way of saying "sorry" to stocks for the "steady as she goes" approach to tighter monetary policy in December. As of Wednesday the Fed's median outlook for the Fed Funds Rate is now half a point lower for 2019-2020 and whereas Powell said in December that the balance sheet runoff was on autopilot with no reason for that to change, the just-announced change has the Fed completely doing away with balance sheet runoff on October 1st, and taking a $15bln/mo bite out of it starting in May. So just to be clear... that's by far the biggest downward adjustment in the Fed's rate hike outlook we've seen in more than a decade...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Move Deeper Into Long-Term Lows

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Granted, we're not back to the sub-4% mortgage rates that dominated much of the past 8 years, but breaking into the high 3% range is a valid consideration after the past few days. Yesterday's surprising Fed news hit the rates that were already holding near their lowest levels in well over a year. The net effect has been a decisive break lower with the average lender easily able to offer 4.375% on a typical 30yr fixed scenario. Many lenders are at 4.25%, and the interesting thing about 4.25% is that it currently doesn't cost much more to buy your way down to the next lower rate: 4.125%. All of the above has to do with the upfront prices associated with interest rates. For instance a lender is going to earn more money from a 4.375% rate than a 4.25% rate, so they're willing to pay a bit more...(read more)

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Both Closing Times and Pull Through Rates Improved in February

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Ellie Mae's Origination Insight Report for February is headlined by both a decrease in closing times and, more significantly, further declines in mortgage interest rates. The company said the average interest rates for loans originated on its platform during the month was 4.86 percent. This was 15 basis points lower than the January average. Closing times were shortened by two days to 43. Timelines for refinancing were down three days to 35 and purchase loans took 47 days, two fewer than in January. Purchase loans represented 66 percent of the total, up 1 percentage point from the previous month. The share of adjustable rate mortgages declined to 7.6 percent from 8.6 percent. "Purchase percentages have increased following both the holiday season and the 30-year note rate decline," said Jonathan...(read more)

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