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Mortgage Rates Little-Changed Ahead of Fed Day

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By the end of last week, mortgage rates moved up to match their highest levels in 2 months. After a modest recovery yesterday, today's rates are little-changed. As is often the case when examining day-to-day rate changes, we're talking about relatively small movements in the bigger picture. The average mortgage seeker would likely be seeing the same "note rate" on almost any day in more than a month now. In the most extreme circumstances, the change would be limited to 0.125% (typically the smallest increment separating different rate offerings for most lenders). When the bond market doesn't justify an entire eighth of a percent, lenders make adjustments via upfront costs/credits. In this way, the "effective rate" is changing every day even if the "note rate" is not. Certain days carry increased...(read more)

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Construction Numbers Pushed Higher by Multifamily Surge

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Residential construction numbers were a surprise again in August. Permits for construction and housing starts were both higher than expected, however, multifamily numbers were driving the results. Housing permits were issued at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.728 million units, a 6.0 percent increase from the 1.630 million permit rate (revised down from 1.635 million) in July and 13.5 percent higher than the 1.522 million number in August 2020. Analysts had expected permits to pull back from the July pace. Those polled by both Econoday and Trading Economics had projected permits at 1.6 million units. Single family permits were only fractionally higher than the prior month, a 0.6 percent gain from 1.048 million to 1.054 million units. Permits for construction in buildings containing five...(read more)

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Freddie Mac Confirms Heightened Appraisal Gaps in Minority Areas

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A cluster of stories about appraised values of homes in minority areas hit the national news earlier this summer and now Freddie Mac has released an analysis of the smoke/fire variety. The company says it found appraised values are more likely to fall below the contracted sale price of a home in census tracts with a higher share of Black and Latino households, resulting in what is known as an appraisal gap. This is precisely what was alleged in news reports. Further, the extent of that gap increases as the percentage of persons of color living in the census tract grows. Freddie Mac based its analysis on 12 million appraisals it received as part of the home purchase process between 2015 and 2020. "An appraisal falling below the contracted sale price may allow a buyer to renegotiate with a seller...(read more)

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