How Do Mortgage Points Cut Your Interest Costs? | HFG Explains

How Do Mortgage Points Cut Your Interest Costs? | HFG Explains
Posted Tuesday April 21, 2020 in Mortgage

Those who are involved in the real estate industry likely know that mortgage rates are at an all-time low. At the same time, nobody wants to pay more for a house than they have to. Some of the most important factors that dictate how much someone is going to pay for a house include points…
HFG Weekly Financial News – March 9th, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial News – March 9th, 2020
Posted Monday March 9, 2020 in Financial Reports

Home mortgage rates slipped to their lowest rates on record as uncertainty over the coronavirus continued to impact financial markets. Freddie Mac reported lower average mortgage rates for fixed and adjustable-rate mortgages. Rates for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages fell by 16 basis points to 3.29 percent; the average rate for 15-year fixed-rate mortgages was also 16…
HFG Weekly Financial News – March 2nd, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial News – March 2nd, 2020
Posted Monday March 2, 2020 in Financial Reports

Economic readings released last week included Case-Shiller and FHFA Home Price Indices and reports on new and pending home sales. The week wrapped up with a report on consumer sentiment and weekly readings on mortgage rates and new jobless claims. Case-Shiller, FHFA Report Faster Home Price Growth Home prices rose by 3.80 percent year-over-year in…
HFG Weekly Financial News – February 24th, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial News – February 24th, 2020
Posted Monday February 24, 2020 in Financial Reports

Last week’s scheduled economic reporting included readings on builder confidence in housing markets, housing starts and building permits issued and sales of previously owned homes. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims were also released. NAHB: Builder Confidence Remains Strong Despite Challenges February data from the National Association of Home Builders indicated strong…
HFG Weekly Financial Report – February 18th, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial Report – February 18th, 2020
Posted Tuesday February 18, 2020 in Financial Reports

Last week’s economic reporting included releases on inflation, retail sales, and consumer sentiment. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims were also released. Inflation Hits Highest Growth Pace Since 2018 Consumer staples including rent, prepared food and medical expenses caused inflation to rise 0.10 percent from December to January, which was the smallest…
HFG Weekly Financial News – February 10th, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial News – February 10th, 2020
Posted Monday February 10, 2020 in Financial Reports

Last week’s economic news included readings on construction spending and public and private-sector job growth. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims were also released. Construction Spending Dips in December Overall spending on public and private-sector construction spending dropped by  -0.20 percent in December to an annual rate of $1.33 trillion. Analysts expected…
HFG Weekly Financial Report – February 3rd, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial Report – February 3rd, 2020
Posted Monday February 3, 2020 in Financial Reports

Last week’s economic reports included readings on home prices, new and pending home sales and a statement from the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee. The University of Michigan issued its monthly statement on consumer sentiment and weekly reports on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims were also released. Case-Shiller: Home Price Growth Picks Up…
HFG Weekly Financial Report – January 21st, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial Report – January 21st, 2020
Posted Tuesday January 21, 2020 in Financial Reports

Last week’s economic reports included the National Association of Home Builders Housing Market Index along with readings on consumer sentiment and weekly reports on mortgage rates and new jobless claims. NAHB: Builder Confidence d in Housing Markets Drops 1 Point in January Homebuilder confidence in overall housing market conditions dropped one point in January, but…
Is A 15 Or 30 Year Mortgage Right For You? | HFG Explains

Is A 15 Or 30 Year Mortgage Right For You? | HFG Explains
Posted Tuesday January 14, 2020 in HFG Explains, Mortgage

When someone is looking to purchase a house, they need to think about how long they want their mortgage to last. While a bank can structure a mortgage to last for any number of years, the most common lengths are 15 and 30 years. While a 30-year mortgage is typically more affordable, a 15-year mortgage…
HFG Weekly Financial News – January 13th, 2020

HFG Weekly Financial News – January 13th, 2020
Posted Monday January 13, 2020 in Financial Reports

Last week’s economic reports included readings on public and private sector jobs, the national unemployment rate and weekly readings on mortgage rates and new unemployment claims. ADP: Private-Sector Job Growth Eases in December Private-sector jobs increased by 202,000 jobs in December and exceeded expectations. November’s original reading of 60,000 new private-sector jobs was revised to…
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