Monthly Archives: June 2010

Mortgage Refinance Interest Rates | Get A Mortgage Refinance With 2% Interest Rates From Obamas Stimulus

Over 6 million homeowners are able to get themselves into a new mortgage with a 2% fixed interest rate thanks to President Obamas stimulus plan. Using this stimulus plan will make it easy for almost any homeowner to get approved for mortgage refinancing, and save a lot of money every single month. Here are some things homeowners need to know and some of the biggest benefits of using President    .. more …

Mortgage Interest Rates | Variables Affecting Mortgage Interest Rate Changes

When it comes to mortgage interest rates, the best trick is to shop around for the best one. Not only do they change every day, but they also are associated with various kinds of loans. There is a thing called the adjustable-rate mortgage or the variable-rate mortgage. This one is such that the rate of the loan shall change after a specific amount of time. It can get higher or lower. This will    .. more …

Mortgage Interest Rates | Current Mortgage Interest Rate Trending Higher Today Adjustable Rate …

Best Syndication News (Best Syndication News) Mortgage interest rates were both higher and lower today with the 30-year Fixed Mortgage unchanged (see charts below).The average 30-year fixed rate mortgage (FRM) was basically unchanged at 4.794 percent today. Wells Fargo had a rate of 4.86 percent and 5.42 percent for FHA qualifying loans. In certain areas the rate was 4.89 percent and 5.44 percent    .. more …

Mortgage Interest Rates | Get Approved For Mortgage Refinancing With Obamas Housing Stimulus …

Many struggling homeowners are now able to get a no cost, low interest rate mortgage refinancing approval. This is possible because of President Obamas $75 billion housing stimulus plan which is designed to help nearly any homeowner, in any financial situation, save a lot of money, their home from being lost to foreclosure, or both. Here are some things homeowners should know about before applying    .. more …

New Home Sales | US Stocks Post Biggest Drop Since May As New-Home Sales Sink

By Kelly Bit June 26 (Bloomberg) — U.S. stocks fell this week, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index dropping four straight days, after new-home sales sank to a record low and the Federal Reserve said European indebtedness may harm American growth. Banks surged yesterday, paring the S&P 500’s weekly drop, after Congress scaled back a financial-reform bill. Microsoft Corp., Chevron    .. more …