Archive for December, 2015

Mortgage rate hikes could temper Denver home prices next year – The Denver Post

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Mortgage rate hikes could temper Denver home prices next year
The Denver Post
Mortgage rates are more closely linked to yields on 10-year Treasury notes, so the Federal Reserve's decision to bump up the federal funds rate 0.25 percent won't necessarily translate into higher mortgage payments right away. A global crisis or

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Chicago Daily Herald
Analysis: What the Fed rate hike could mean to mortgage borrowers
Chicago Daily Herald
As the Fed continued to raise the benchmark rate, the rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage declined, falling to 5.58 percent in June 2005. By the time of its last increase in the summer 2006, the rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was at 6.68 percent.
Why the Fed move doesn't matter to mortgage ratesCNBC
Current Mortgage Rates for Thursday, December 17, 2015Total Mortgage (blog)
Why mortgage rates are NOT going up now, but…KCCI Des Moines
Business Insider –Scotsman –This is Money
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CNBC
Home mortgage lenders easing up on home loans
CNBC
The new year may bring new opportunities for consumers hoping to get a home mortgage. More lenders are reporting easing credit standards, according to Fannie Mae, and expect standards to ease rather than tighten in the near future. This could help …

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Motley Fool
2016 Mortgage Deduction: What You Should Know
Motley Fool
There are many tax breaks associated with owning a home, and one of the most important is the ability to deduct the interest you pay on your mortgage. The main provisions dealing with the mortgage deduction aren't currently slated to change in 2016

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Credit.com News (blog)
The Santa Bubble: Why Mortgage Rates Are Up Right Now
Credit.com News (blog)
5 and lasting through mid-January, mortgage rates typically increase due to heavy bond market activity. At the same time, consumer confidence is up, retail sales are strong and financial professionals are re-balancing their client portfolios, moving

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Fox Business
How Will An Interest Rate Increase Affect Mortgage and Savings Rates?
Fox Business
In a theoretical rate hike cycle, banks will increase their mortgage rates to accommodate the change in the Fed's benchmark interest rate and will then have more revenue to pass along to savers as higher returns on their deposits and other cash-based …
Mortgage rates inch higher amid Fed rate hike, with 30-year fixed at 3.97%USA TODAY
Mortgages inch upward as Fed enacts rate increaseBankrate.com
Realities of Real Estate: How will the Fed rate increase affect mortgages?CapitalGazette.com
Washington Post –CNBC
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Dems wield auto bailouts as issue against GOP

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Dems wield auto bailouts as issue against GOP
… which supplied the funding source for the loans to GM and Chrysler through the $ 700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program. TARP was initially set up to rescue Wall Street banks from the subprime mortgage crisis. Kasich has taken more of a middle …
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Before 'The Big Short': Michael Lewis' first take on the financial collapse
Editor's note: Sixteen months before Michael Lewis' "The Big Short," hit bookstores in 2010, Condé Nast Portfolio magazine published Lewis' first extensive take on what caused the financial crisis of 2007-2008. It was Portfolio's most-trafficked story …
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Angel Oak Announces 0 Million Securitization of Non-Prime Mortgages
“When Angel Oak was founded, we aimed to take advantage of dislocations in subprime residential mortgage-backed securities that were deeply undervalued following the financial crisis,” said Angel Oak Managing Partner and co-CEO Michael Fierman. “As …
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Why Quicken Loans is the Taylor Swift of the mortgage industry
In addition, Kevin Watters, CEO of Chase Mortgage Banking, said in an interview with CNBC that the FHA's loan requirements look an awful lot like subprime lending. "FHA requirements are down to a 520 FICO (credit score) and you only have to put 3.5% …
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Self Storage- A Great Option For Excess Stuff

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Self storage in Milton is a great option for those of us that have more things in our home than we have room for but do not yet have the heart to get rid of it. Some people have collections of items that they are running out of room for and no longer have the storage space in the home along with making the home a livable space.

In these instances there is always the wonderful option of being able to store your items in a facility. In these cases everyone is aware that the products are safe because of the precautions that the facilities take.

One also has the option of taking out some type of insurance on the items in the cases that the items are worth a significant amount of money. The insurance would cover the cost if there would be a flood, fire, or any other instance that may lead to the demise of the items.

These units are locked and can only be accessed by the owner that has a key. Most of the locations are also gated in the cases in which people may try to break into the spaces without a key the monitor will be able to allow the police to see who it was.

Storage units are a great way to store items such as Christmas decorations that take up so much space in the home but are only used a couple of months out of the year. It is very easy to go to the unit and get the items out and then take them back to the unit once the holiday is over and place them back in storage.

The cost of the unit is a very great price if you are the type who likes to have a neat home environment. Self storage in Milton can be a great investment.

Storage Solutions (http://storageontario.com/) is a family owned and operated self storage Milton facility that is dedicated to your storage needs.

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