Weekly Mortgage Rates Update

Dated: 10/09/2015

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There was a very slight uptick in rates this week, but nothing drastic. So all things considered, a generally stable week. The next big meeting for the FEDERAL RESERVE is a 2-day meeting on 10/27 and 10/28. The FED meetings are ALWAYS when we can see big impacts in the mortgage market, just depending on what kinds of actions and/or verbiage come out of the meeting from the FED. It’s still advisable for any customers currently shopping for homes to be aware of those dates since it could impact rates and qualifying amounts! 

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